ARTIST TALK – KULTURRAUM IN ARLESHEIM 

24.06.2022, 6PM
International exhibition in the a.a.1 KulturRaum in Arlesheim
Cultural diversity opens up fields of relationships that invite dialogue.What started in 2016 in collaboration with KulturDialog Armenia results in an extended structure of artistic positions and ways of thinking with artists from four countries in 2022. The focus of the cultural exchange is also on the exchange of knowledge and the networking of artistic positions.
Therese Weber, Arlesheim, Switzerland
Viveek Sharma, Mumbai, India
Dorothea Reese-Heim, Munich, Germany
Sophie Musoyan, Yerewan, Armenia
Shahane Shahbazyan, Yerewan, Armenia
Rochus Lussi, Stans, Switzerland
Sabiene Autsch, Siegen, Germany
Exhibition: 15 June – 3 July, 2022 
Artist Talk: 24 June, 18.00–19.00h
Dr. Alexandra Stäheli, Art Historian, Basel with the artists

Performance: 03 July, 16.00h
Rochus Lussi ‘Fragiler Spaziergang‘
Finissage: 03 July, 16.00–18.00h

RAP CONCERT – ORAKLE NGOY AND FRIENDS

24.06.2022, 7.30PM
Orakle Ngoy (DR Congo) is a slam rapper, an urban voice for all women against hate, sexism, inequality and violence. She is the creator of the collective Afrika Diva working in capacity building and in the emergence of Congolese female talents. Creative writing is her tool for activism, and in this concert on June 24 she will show us her expressive verbal research underlined with music.
Venue: Salon Mondial at Atelier Mondial, Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein/Basel, Switzerland (Tram No. 11 to Freilager)
Date and time: Friday, 24th of June, Concert at 19:30h at Cuisine Mondial

OBSERVING NATURE: 

CHINESE LANDSCAPE PAINTING INK WORKSHOP BY OSCAR CHAN YIK LONG
Workshop on ink painting hosted by current Atelier Mondial resident Oscar Chan Yik Long (Hong Kong/Helsinki, 1988). Through a series of practical exercises, Oscar will introduce participants to the specifics of Chinese painting, its close relationship to ink and the brush and speak about how it relates to Western painting. He will demonstrate how Chinese painting is connected to calligraphy, writing, and poetry and how we, as viewers, are expected to approach it. 
Venue: Atelier Mondial, Studio No. 5
Date and Time: Friday, 24 June, 15:00–16:30h
10 participants, 16+, with or without experience 
All materials will be provided
Please registrer via email: team@PF25.org

OPEN STUDIO – ATELIER MONDIAL

FRIDAY 24.06.2022
Before they all finish their residencies in the coming weeks, the current Atelier Mondial guest artists open the doors of their studios this coming Friday and share with us what they have been producing during their stay in Basel.
Manami Hayasaki (Tokyo):
She used to make the most filigree silhouette sculptures from paper. Yet during her stay in Basel she remembered a flower of her childhood, the dandelion, which exists in two varieties in Japan – one of them being the invasive European variety. In her “Dandelion Smuggler” project, Hayasaki plays with the notion of borders, plants, and the TriRegion of Basel.
Elise Lafontaine (Canada):
The Canadian painter will share documentation of her new body of work – Make a circle sound like a new sun – created during her residency at Atelier Mondial for her first international solo exhibition, currently on view at Sothu, Zurich. Parallel to this, Lafontaine will present her ongoing research of the Goetheanum located on the hill in Dornach. 
Anna Lugovska (Ukraine):
The curator and artist will show her recent art works created in the studio as well as the pictures of the murals she created for an exhibition in Geneva and Basel during her residency.
Venue: Salon Mondial at Atelier Mondial, Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein/Basel, Switzerland (Tram No. 11 to Freilager)
Date and time: Friday, 24th of June, 14:00-20:00h

Jeudi en résidence with María Negroni

A mute word
Thursday 7 July 2022 from 18:30 to 19:30
Event in English, with readings in Spanish
Entrance: Free admission, upon reservation on line
Every first Thursday of each month, from 6.30 to 7.30 pm, a writer in residence opens a window on his or her work, universe and motives, in a free form of intervention. An hour of carte blanche to share, followed by a drink.
What a poem strives for is not to ratify concepts nor to search for certainties, but rather to create a space where questions are posed, where imagination and desire can flourish and broaden, in the process, reality itself. In a true poem, all categories are called into question: emotion thinks, syntax is moved, form defends solitude, silence reaches the difficult status of the “mot muet”, as proposed by Jacques Rancière. Maybe this is why true writing always subverts the conventional, including the convention of language itself.
Biography
María Negroni, born 1951 in Rosario, is an Argentinian novelist, poet, essayist and translator. In her thirties she moved into New York City to pursue a PhD in Latin American literature at Columbia University. She then taught for more than a decade at Sarah Lawrence College. She returned to Argentina in 2014 and created the first Master in creative writing to exist in the country and teaches at UNTREF (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero). She has published numerous books, including in English Night Journey (Princeton University Press, 2002) and Berlin Interlude (Black Square, 2021), and received many awards.

Fondation Jan Michalski, pour l’écriture et la littérature
En Bois Désert 10, 1147 Montricher, Suisse

Open Studio Opiyo Okach

TRACES IN SPACE #2
Friday, 17 June 22: 2-8 pm
Walk-in/walk-out ongoing installation
AiR studio, office Trakt A, first floor to the left, free entry

“Together with Swiss-Ukranian dancer Yevheniya Kravets and Kenyan sound artist/ambient composer Joseph Kamaru (KMRU) we will be sharing and trying out some of the process we’ve been working on in the form of a walk-in walk-out performance installation.
 
During my residency ‘Bodies in disPlacement’ I’ve been working around the idea of resonance. The way that things that happen in one place can have impact in other places. The ways we may or may not be (dis)connected. I’ve been contemplating how live performance may not be just ‘me here right now’ but ‘me you, here there, now then’. About performance as something that may be fragmented, extended and interacted across multiple time and geography. Working with different artistic collaborators over the past weeks we’ve specifically been thinking about presence & relationships of object and image; relationship of the performers body, movement, gesture and their image.
 
Using digital tools and creative programming we’ve been experimenting with a spatial and audio-visual installation that permits the performer to interact and improvise with their own image and the space about them. A sort of prototype of a more developed system. Interesting questions about autonomy and control have began to emerge. Who is in control? the performer or the image. How does the spectator perceive or engage with the dispositive.
We’ve also been looking at how this installation may function as a space with which visitors may engage.”
Opiyo Okach performer / choreographer / interaction designer and artist in residence April to June 2022

Other artistic collaborators who have contributed to the process include:
Waithera Rina Sch – dancer
Priscilla Mignon – dancer
Angela Stocklin – performer
Alejandro Olarte – electro-acoustic composer
Meret Schlegel – choreographer and coach
Yevheniya Kravets IG @yennykravets
Joseph Kamaru KMRU Website

IG Rote Fabrik, AiR Artists in Residence, Seestrasse 395, CH-8038 Zürich

Artbellwald – Tag des offenen Ateliers

Wir laden Sie herzlich ein, am
Sonntag, 26. Juni 2022 von 14.00 Uhr bis 16.00 Uhr
ins Atelier zu kommen, um die peruanische Fotografin Alejandra Orosco, welche seit Anfang April und bis Ende Juni 2022 im Kirchenstadel in Bellwald zu Gast ist, persönlich kennenzulernen und ihre in Bellwald entstandenen Fotos zu entdecken.
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch und danken Ihnen für Ihr Interesse und Ihre Unterstützung.
Verein artbellwald.ch – Kirchenstadel – 3997 Bellwald
www.artbellwald.ch

TaDA zu Gast in der Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen

Präsentation der Prozesse und Ergebnisse aus der TaDA Residency 
Mittwoch 29. Juni, 18:30 – 20:00
Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen

Seit April Arbeiten die TaDA Residents Olaniyi R. Akindiya Akirash, Laura Deschl und Edit Oderbolz in der Ostschweiz mit den Partnerfirnem von TaDA. Nun stellen sie Resultate und Prozesse aus dieser Zusammenarbeit vor. 
Begrüssung durch Giovanni Carmine, Direktor Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, und Marianne Burki, Leiterin TaDA

Presentation der TaDA Residents:
– Olaniyi R. Akindiya Akirash, Künstler
– Laura Deschl, Sozialdesignerin und Kunstforscherin
– Edit Oderbolz, Künstlerin

Moderation: Marianne Burki, Leiterin TaDA
Koordination: Martina Lughi, Assistentin TaDA
Das Gespräch findet in Deutsch und Englisch statt
Anschliessend Apero 

Artist Talk

Mittwoch, 23. November von 18.00 bis 21.00 Uhr
Unsere Residencies Tabea Nixdorff, Monique Ulrich, Vanessa Hartmann, Marie Schumann, Vida Rucli
stellen Ihre aktuellen Projekte vor und berichten über Ihren einmonatigen Aufenthalt in der Residency Bibliothek Andreas Züst.
Bibliothek Andreas Züst, Alpenhof, St. Antonstrasse 62, 9413 Oberegg/AI, www.bilbliothekandreaszuest.net

Neueröffnung / Tag der offenen Türen

Sonntag, 04. September von 11.00 bis 18.00 Uhr
Am Sonntag, 04. September 2022, ab 11 Uhr feiern wir die Neueröffnung des Alpenhofs– Restaurant Hotel Bibliothek Residency und der Bibliothek Andreas Züst mit einem wundervollen Tag der offenen Türen.
Bibliothek Andreas Züst, c/o Alpenhof, St. Antonstrasse 62, 9413 Oberegg/AI, www.alpenhof.ai