Art Genre: Residencies
HomeBase Project was born out of the desire to recreate an often lost sense of ‘home’ in today’s socio-economic environment, and out of the need to form communal platforms of artistic experimentation which link art and everyday living serving as catalyst for artistic and social innovation in the Neoliberal city. By re-appropriating urban dwellings as cultural and political arenas, focusing on hosting as an artistic practice, surfacing secluded urban narratives and decoding power structures through art, HB asks to contribute to a more critical creative, human and democratic city.
98B is a platform for critical discourse, experimentation, exchange, information and presentation of contemporary art in the Philippines. 98B seeks to establish convergence with creatives from diverse disciplines together with the general public. 98B aims to present local and international contemporary art through our various programs, projects and research, outside the confines of the white cube. 98B presents art in multiple layers and perspectives to a broad and diverse audience while contributing to the contemporary art scene. 98B is stimulated with ideas, projects and explorations that ask pertinent questions, stretch boundaries and more importantly, provide unintimidating access to art and creativity. We started 98B because we love to cook, eat, and drink together with friends. The kitchen is like a laboratory and you can see the process of making a meal from start to finish and sharing it with everyone. In the beginning, we have weekly dinners, and it is also the perfect occasion to talk about art, ideas, projects and everything under the sun. A very casual and organic way to build exchanges and discussions thru food and drinks.
Sweet Home is a research residency programme in domestic spaces that gives value and delivers new ways of doing and relating to each other by sharing our day-to-day life. We seek to create effective and affective ties between artists, curators, researchers and the rest of cultural agents, transforming our homes into places of encounter that give born to new practices from shared intimacy.
Green Papaya Art Projects is an independent initiative that supports and organizes actions and propositions that explore alternative approaches to the production, dissemination and representation of art in various disciplines. Papaya endeavors to provide a platform for intellectual exchange, sharing of information, critical dialogue and creative-practical collaboration among the arts community.
lorgean theatre is the first romanian living-room theater, opened in december 2008, with the performance Home Alone. lorgean theatre involves theater and contemporary dance in the domestic spaces. lorgean theatre’s audience is as important as the performance. sometimes is part of the performance. At lorgean theatre the audience don’t pay the entrance fee, but bring objects related to the theme of the performance.