The Borderland Residencies 2022 concluded in a special project: the BR 2022-23 art box, edition of 50 ft. Ben Weir, Rimma Arslanov, Taro Masushio, Kitty Maria van Ekeren, Kenneth Moreno Kiernan, Els Huver, Jan-Luka Schmitz, Elisa Verkoelen, Frauke Berg, Luciana Arditto, Alicia Kremser and Amauta García & David Camargo
We cordially invite you to celebrate the opening of the Borderland Residencies with us on the 3rd of September 2023 and to be present when the new Borderland generation enters the stage.
It’s a wrap: BR 2022 closes with a get-together and presentation of the residency projects in Düsseldorf.
During their day trip to Cologne, the Borderland residents were confronted with different approaches on how to exhibit art. And sustainability was a factor in that, too.
On November 9th, residents of the Borderland programme vistited Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht and Robert Garcet's Tower Eben-Ezer (Belgium).
On October 26th and 27th, the Borderland group traveled along the tracks of Europe's biggest industry: the open pit coal mining. Follow them on their journey from the area around Tagebau Garzweiler (D) all the way to hidden traces in Heerlen (NL).
On September 21st and 22nd, the Borderland residents visited art hotspots in the Euregio that each pose questions of art and freedom. Here’s what they found.
09 September 2022: the Borderland Residencies are starting their second round! After a successful first run, we are looking forward to three more autumn months full of encounters, border visits and co-productions.
12 March 2022: Borderland Residencies meets Urbane Künste Ruhr for an artist talk at Kunstmuseum Bochum
For the duration of Borderland Residencies 2022, Greylight Projects launches an open call for a three-month residency in Heerlen (NL).
On November 30th, the Borderland Residencies 2021 concluded in a digital finissage.
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).
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.
A field trip to Maastricht in the Provincie of Limburg revealed hidden preposterousness from past ages and interdisciplinary approaches to art, experiments and sustainability.
We just can’t get enough. On September 7th, the Borderlanders met at Kaiser Wilhelm Museum Krefeld for an exclusive look behind the scenes.