D’CLINIC is a space where creative experiments should be made; a place for artists to meet and participate in an activity that is both geographically and conceptually removed from their usual studio practice.
We created two different residency frameworks (or as we call them research-platforms) for artists to choose from depending on what they wish to achieve while spending time in this extravagant (east) European region.
The so-called MiXER and TRACOR programme.
While MiXER is designed as a cross-disciplinary collaboration “playground”. The selected artists from diverse artistic disciplines are paired up to work collaboratively on a new body of work. The residency ends with a public presentation of the completed project alongside a published artist book to demonstrate different points of their research and production.
TRACTOR is for all those creative minds who either wish to change their environment for a couple of weeks and find inspiration in a new surrounding or simple need undisturbed time and/or a space to develop or finish up a body of work.
The residency has both indoor and outdoor spaces for creativity. The offered working space is flexible and generally adapted to each artist’s individual requirements and needs.
A network of different cultural institutions & workshops allows us to offer ( or provide access to ) our residency artists a wide range of equipment and/or materials for their work; depending on the specific needs and complexity of the planned project, for details please visit our website or drop us an email.
D’CLINIC supports both established and emerging arts practitioners regardless of whether a visual artist, musician, curator, theorist, writer,…
Founded in January 2012 D’CLINIC is an artist-run initiative / micro-residency designed to deliver a supportive community where artists can focus on their own creative practice and/or research, share skills and knowledge, interact or collaborate in a vibrant multidisciplinary environment free from constraint, harshness or formality.
Our artists’ residency season generally runs between May and October.
- Weeks: 2
- Weeks: 3
- Months: 1
- Months: 1 – 3
- Visual Art
- Performing Arts
- Textile Art
- Private accommodation
- Printmaking facilities
- Ceramics facilities
- Woodworking tools
- Small hand and power tools available
- Access to salvaged and natural materials
- Welding tools
- Exhibition space
- Public talk
- Open Studios