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Taipei Artist Village residency

Located in Taipei City, nestled in its small, secluded yard with bamboo grove, Taipei Artist Village (TAV) is an oasis in the urban environment.

TAV includes 12 individual studio spaces, dance rehearsal space, a piano studio, and performance hall; all facilities to support projects at various stages of development, including research, art creation, exhibitions and performances.

Managed by the Taipei Culture Foundation, TAV continues to be a centre for creativity, reaching out to local residents as well as foreign artists through a variety of activities.

TAV enjoys a growing influence in Taiwan’s artistic circles as it provides a valuable experimental ground for the arts in Taiwan.

The residency programme exists to promote multinational and cross-disciplinary collaboration. These interactions help create intercultural and interdisciplinary dialogues that resonate between communities and individuals long after the artist’s residence is completed.

Residency details

This residency is open to people working in visual arts, performance, music and theatre. Preference will be given to artists who work in the fields of contemporary Maori and Pacific arts or within the theme of indigenous issues.

Dates:  April-June 2018.

Grant: NZ$9000

How to apply

2018 artist-in-residence

Tiffany Singh

Tiffany Singh

Tiffany Singh is a social practice artist, specialising in socially engaged art outcomes. Born in New Zealand of Indian & Pacific descent, her practice explores the relationship between engagement in arts, culture & subjective well-being

Singh’s time at the Taipei Artist Village residency will be centred around existing health frameworks and providing a space for multiple perspectives of wellness to be acknowledged. Bringing the gallery space to life, through an intricate and detailed arts/science exploration of plant and flower medicine both throughout the region and within the local vicinity. Singh’s intention is to provide a contemporary platform for environmental, cultural and spiritual oral histories to be passed on through storytelling narratives, contemporary art installation and engaged audience experience.

Past artists-in-residence at Taipei Artist Village

The Foundation offers this residency with support from Creative New Zealand.