GeoAIR opened its residency program in January 2010. This is a self-directed residency program, that offers artists, curators, researchers and cultural managers the opportunity to base themselves in Tbilisi, Georgia and use this location as a starting point to build networks, meet artists, cultural institutions and curators from the Caucasus region, and develop and deepen their knowledge and research of the Caucasus context. In return local professionals will have the opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience with international residents of GeoAIR.
Our residency profile is concentrated on the theme of urban space and social engagement of art. We accept artists/curators/researchers interested and working in conceptual visual art and performing art.
Residents are expected to make at least one public presentation of their work and/or conduct a public workshop. In case of individual applications, the production of work and exhibition is up to the residents´ decision.
Residency duration is between 1 and 3 months.
GeoAIR does not provide any financial support, however, in case of selection can provide the invitation letter and other information needed for project funding applications.
GeoAIR residency fee (housing, hosting, assistance) is 2,000.00 Euro per month, travel and daily expenses are also covered by residents themselves. Production fee depends on the type of residency project. Estimate of the costs can be consulted with GeoAIR stuff after the approval of there residency project.
Application for GeoAIR Residency Program, must be made by submitting the completed application form together with CV and portfolio (all in PDF) to our e-mail: email@example.com.
2017 - Victoria Myronyuk, Tigran Amiryan
2016 - Marike Splint, Paula Ďurinová, Lena Prents, Yip Kai Chun, David Bergé, Iza Tarasewicz
2015 - Veronika Barnaš, Albert Allgaier, Evelina Gambino, Marius Land and Moritz Freudenberg, Andrea Kalinová (visual artist) and Martin Zaiček (architect), Natalya Pershina and Yakimanslaya (Gluklya)
2014 - Richard Baxstrom, Marike Splint, Carly Schmitt, Hamdy Reda, Joakim Hansson and Sebastian Mügge, Kristina Semenova and Olga Vostretsova, Partizaning, Donika Cina, Iza Rogucka, Geraldine Paoli, Levente Polyák , Šárka Svobodová and Jaroslav Sedlak, Oleksandr Burlaka, Sezgin Boynik and Minna Henriksson
2013 - Babi Badalov, Anna Danilewicz, Jörg Herold, Susanna Gyulamiryan, Petra Hultman, Eltono, CHINGIZ, ½, Sona Abgaryan, Astrid Bussink, Oliver Ressler, Diana McCarty, Mareike Wenzel, Nvard Yerkanyan and Harutyun Alpetyan, Nina Kurtela, Rickard Borgström, Ulrica Söderlind
2012 - Clifton Meador, Melissa Potter and Miriam Schaer, Eliane Esther Bots, Paran Pour, Pia Lanzinger and Michael Hauffen, Evy Schubert, Vardan Azatyan, Ali Hasanov, Hans Rosenström, Magdalena Kuchtova, Lydia Matthews, Michal Moravčík, Agata Skowronek
2011 - Martine Neddam, Gay Hawkes, Anne Elizabeth Moore and Elizabeth White, Marjolijn Dijkman and Maarten Vanden Eynde, Catherine Hemelryk, Philippine Hoegen & Banu Cennetoglu, Angela Harutyunyan, Anna Smolak, Pelin Tan
2010 - Walt Van Beek, Alevtina Kakhidze, Sabina Shikhlinskaya, Nicolas Perret & Cédric Anglaret, Helga Kurzchalia, Anna-Louise Kratzsch, Rob Hamelijnck and Nienke Terpsma, Eva Khachatryan, Selda Asal, Sonya Schönberger, Rienke Enghardt, Nicky Larkin
2007 – Onno Dirker
2006 - Kirsten Leenaars, Jasper van der Made