After three eventful months of field trips, workshops, art market insights and many glasses of wine at many dinner tables, the Borderland Residencies 2021 come to an end. But while this is a “thank you” letter to everyone who helped make this programme as special as it has been, it is not a “goodbye” – think of it more as a “see you soon”.
Together with Borderland Residencies, Kunstmuseum Bochum is offering a three-month residency for visual artists based in the Netherlands or Belgium to spend time in the city of Bochum from October 1st until December 31st 2022.
For the duration of Borderland Residencies 2022, Greylight Projects launches an open call for a three-month residency in Heerlen (NL). Artists based in the Netherlands and Germany are invited to apply.
Borderland Residencies meets Urbane Künste Ruhr for an artist talk at Kunstmuseum Bochum
How do art markets work – nationally, internationally and in the BORDERLANDS specifically? A look behind the scenes at ArtCologne, featuring Akinci Gallery (Amsterdam), Löhrl Gallery (Mönchengladbach) and MOFF magazine (Cologne).
A field trip to Maastricht in the Provincie of Limburg revealed hidden preposterousness from past ages and interdisciplinary approaches to art, experiments and sustainability.
The first Borderland Residencies field trip led to a seemingly bottomless pit, a politicised forest and a former military basis turned hideout and playground for artists: A recount of an eventful two days.
We just can’t get enough. On September 7th, the Borderlanders met at Kaiser Wilhelm Museum Krefeld for an exclusive look behind the scenes.
What started as an idea in 2019, finally celebrated its grand opening on the weekend 04/05 September: the Borderland Residencies!
Several day trips accompany the Borderland Residencies. Learn more about trips to DC Open, Kaiser Wilhelm Museum Krefeld, Art Cologne and many more...