Principal Residency Program Laureates 2023

Principal Residency Program Laureates 2023

La Becque Artist Residency

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July 27, 2022
Principal Residency Program Laureates 2023
January 1–December 31, 2023
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La Becque Artist Residency is pleased to announces its Principal Residency Program laureates for 2023.

Selected among more than 320 applications by our jury, fourteen new residency projects will emerge next year at La Becque as part of its Principal Residency Program and the adjunct Satellite Residency program (which allows laureates to spend several shorter work sessions at La Becque throughout the year and across all residency trimesters). The selected artists, writers and projects were all picked on the strengths of proposals developing original takes on the driving themes behind all residency programs at La Becque, namely the relationship between nature, the environment, and technology as seen through the prism of the arts.

We are looking forward to welcoming the following artists in 2023: Ellen Arkbro and Marcus Pal (Sweden), Ericka Beckman (US), Madison Bycroft (Australia), Janiva Ellis (US) and Hamishi Farah (Australia), Florian Hecker (Germany), Ife Day (Haiti/France), Nicole L’Huillier (Chile), Okkyung Lee (South Korea), Hanne Lippard (Norway), Jelena (Jelly) Luise (Germany/Republic of Serbia) and Sanja Grozdanić (Australia/Bosnia), Zinzi Minott (UK), and Davi Pontes (Brazil) will participate in the Principal Residency Program, and are joined by Quinn Latimer (US) and Natasha Tontey (Indonesia) who will operate in satellite residency mode. 

The transdisciplinary Jury of experts selecting 2023 residents was composed of percussionist and composer Alexandre Babel , François J. Bonnet (composer and director, INA GRM Paris), Jean-Paul Felley (curator and director of EDHEA - the Valais School of Arts), Stefanie Hessler (curator, writer and director, Swiss Institute New York), Sabine Himmelsbach (director, HEK—House of Electronic Arts, Basel), artist and curator Deborah-Joyce HolmanElise Lammer (curator and art critic, Institut Kunst HGK FHNW, HEAD—Genève, SALTS Basel), visual artist Mai-Thu Perret, Patrick de Rham (director, Arsenic Lausanne), and Stefano Stoll (director, Images Vevey), joined by Fondation Françoise Siegfried-Meier trustee Anne-Catherine de Perrot and La Becque director Luc Meier.

Please head to our website to discover a short portrait of each of these artists and collectives, and to get a first glimpse of what they will be working on during their time at La Becque. In 2023, they will be joined at La Becque by new participants to our ongoing partnership residency programs with the Swiss Arts Council Pro HelvetiaECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, and EDHEA—the Valais School of Art, with other partnerships and many additional visitors to be announced at a later date. 

La Becque’s public programs will also feature an exciting calendar of offerings ranging from performances to conferences, concerts and exhibitions, both on-site and in collaboration with partner institutions. It will follow up on a 2022 program that features a range of experimental music concerts and a renewed collaboration with Festival Images in Vevey (September 3-25), for which La Becque proposes installations and screenings by its former residents, Denise Bertschi (Switzerland) and Andrew Norman Wilson (US).

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