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Residency Archive

Taking up a residency can be one of the most inspiring and rewarding opportunities for cultural practitioners and artists. Our residency programmes focus on professional development, artistic exchange and facilitating artistic research and processes. We believe conceptualising and making new work in a different location and context nurtures creative thinking, promotes experimentation and offers new perspectives. Often offering opportunities to collaborative with others, residencies allow artists’ practices to thrive and unfold. We work across forms including dance, visual arts, music, technology, theatre, journalism and more.

Here you can find out about our previous residencies. 

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Find out more about our previous artists in residence and their practice in our selection of video interviews.

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Art and Technology
Generation A Residency

With the AI Residency Programme we aim to initiate both a dialogue between art and technology and a dialogue reaching beyond the borders of European countries. The programme aims to promote artistic access to developments in the field of artificial intelligence.

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Film/Moving Image
Goethe@LUX Residency

This three-month long residency offers artists working with the moving image to investigate LUX’s collection in London and Glasgow.