Grey Projects is a platform for activity and dialogue in Singapore. Its programming is based on the residences and exchanges, publications and exhibitions.
looking for artistic experimentation, proposals design, new forms of writing and curatorial practices. They are located in Tiong Bahru, a neighborhood with public housing known for their apartments and buildings of architectural characteristic. Your space includes two rooms of the exhibition, a library, a work space, and a space of residence. GP tries to be part of the life of this neighbourhood, but more than that, his goal is to become a place that brings people together and makes things happen.
Grey Projects, Centre Cultural Les Bernardes, Hangar and SingCat announce the contest to select the artist that takes you to the scholarship.
participation in this competition to qualify for one of these grants is open to all visual artists resident in Catalonia and made proposals in the field of contemporary public art, performance, sound art, Visual, audiovisual arts and new media.
the selected artist will reside in Singapore for 6 weeks in the months of August and September 2013. Your project will be more exposed for two weeks in the exhibition space of the Center.
scholarship includes the following concepts:
travel Barcelona – Singapore – Barcelona
A cash prize of 2,000 euros in maintenance, production and travel insurance
The Grey Projects of Singapore Centre provides accommodation, workspace and resources (image workshop)
It is the essential requirement to explain the recent projects, the motivation to stay in Singapore and a rough proposal for that in what you would like to work.
the time limit receipt of requests ends on June 10, 2013. Jury formed by a member of SingCat, the director of Les Bernardes, a critic of independent art (Eudald Camps) and the Director of Hangar Teresa Badia on June 18, 2013 will be the preselection.
the shortlisted artists will go to a second and final contest that will resolve a jury proposed by Grey Projects. This jury will select the artists won the Singapore scholarship and shall communicate the final results on the last week of June.
motivation to stay in Singapore.
Quality and approximate consistency of the proposal.
Impact and cultural, artistic and social projection of the residence.