When : Rolling
Where : Buenos Aires
Application Deadline : Rolling deadline
The Palimpsest Project is an International Project/work in progress that we started
developing along 2014 based in the mural that the Colombian artist
Felipe Garcia painted in our terrace during his residency in 2013.
Within this project, Fundación 'ace para el Arte Contemporáneo invites artists to apply for Palimpsest , the fourth session of a collaborative project which will take place in 'ace's terrace.
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
Noun ‘pa-ləm(p)-sest, pə-lim(p)-‘: a very old document on which the original writing has been erased and replaced with new writing, something that has changed over time and shows evidence of that change.
Following the previous concept this project intends to invite different artists to paint murals that make a "dialogue" with the previous ones. Palimpsest is an ongoing project in constant mutation in which artists are encouraged to overlap, erase, cover, achieving a new rise of what was already in the wall. This action is considered both a way to embrace and demystify the work of the other.
Structured within the Exploration Residencies, Palimpsest also encourages artists to get inspiration from the new experiences achieved through the interaction with other resident artists and the cultural environment that the city of Buenos Aires provides.
- Career as well as emerging visual artists with a special interest in mural painting and street art.
- Groups of up to 2 artists are encouraged to apply together working in collaboration.
There is not application fee. To apply applicants should:
1) Require information and guidelines about the residencies, facilities and application form registering at: http://www.proyectoace.org/additional_info
2) Read carefully these documents, understanding the costs involved and what the residency fee does and does not include, (ALL THE INFORMATION IS STATED IN THE GUIDELINES).
3) Apply online sending:
Filled application form with the required information - Personal Resume or CV.- 10 images of recent work. Applicants may upload images (jpg) with a resolution of 72 dpi and a largest dimension around 800 px.