If you are in the field of creating, are living outside of Belgium, and you would like to spend some time researching and sharing it in an inspiring house, the Fondation Thalie offers a place of work in an intimate and domestic space in Brussels. The aim of the residency is to support and accompany a reflexive way of thinking and artistic practices that give way to new imaginaries regarding the green transition.
The residency at the Foundation lasts two months. It is a time for research. The resident will benefit from an artistic accompaniment that will allow him/her to detail the projects in progress and also to discover the Belgian creative scene through a program of visits to places and professional meetings.
Open to the public, the restitution will show the result of the research carried out during the residency. It will be designed by the resident with the residency coordinator. The Foundation encourages the residents to allow for times of exchange with the public and professionals, in the form of workshops, readings, etc.
• Nathalie Guiot, Founder
• Julien Amicel, Director
• Caroline Dumalin, Director of MORPHO (Antwerp)
• Pierre Ducrozet, Writer
• Tim Roerig, Curator at Z33
Conditions of support
– Round trip paid by the Foundation
– Per diem + research grant of 1500 € for the duration of the residency
– Duration : 2 months
– Curatorial accompaniment
– The resident commits to a restitution of his/her research in the form of a public event at the Foundation
– The resident commits to a professional public opening of his/her work space at the end of the session
This call is addressed to artists who already have an ecological dimension in their practice and/or who are in dialogue with the life sciences. The call is open to artists from outside Belgium, with no age or nationality limit.
Deadline for applications: Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at 8:00 pm. The call is now closed.
Announcement of selected candidates: early February 2023
Sessions of the residency: April-May or September-October 2023