light and space artist residency
Matt Brand – New Branches on the Tree of Life, 2015

Matt Brand – New Branches on the Tree of Life, 2015

Parallax:Perspectives

Eric Corriel – lightbox, 2014

Installation with mirrors to create 3Dviewing of lightbox doorways

Bryan Whitney – Doorway to Nubia, 2015

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

The Space:Light artist residency provides studio space and support to create and share projects at the HoloCenter  on Governors Island in New York.

Studio installations and project development residencies can be two to six weeks, during the Island’s open season May 1 – October 1, 2017. The program encourages artists to explore and create optical environments, light sculptures and visual structures. This program is aimed at projects that investigate holographic ideas and employ light as an artistic medium. 

– The HoloCenter is open to the public weekends and holidays 11am – 5pm and Fridays 2-4pm

– The studios can be accessed 7am-6pm weekdays and 7am-7pm on weekends. We have studios for exhibition and spaces for experimentation

–We encourage artists join and lead workshops, including skill sharing sessions and Light Play for kids on Thursdays

To apply please send questions, project ideas, and a short artist bio to info@holocenter.org

2017 Space:Light – Residencies and Installation

2016 Space:Light – Residencies and Installation

2015 Space:Light – Exhibitions and Installations

2014 Parallax – Projects and Installations

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This program receives funding from New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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