Moving from culture to culture, across regions, art is transformed from the traditional into a modern mutation that claims the customs of the new destination – creating novel forms and mores. Through publications, lectures, talks, a residency program and the works of our exhibiting artists, Migration Patterns explores these changes – and the similarities – of traditional and contemporary art forms.
Focused on providing outlets that support and engage visual artists from across cultures, Migration Patterns collaborates with underrepresented artists to build partnerships that strengthen the connections between art and livelihood.
The Migration Patterns residency is open to visual and performing artists, curators and cultural commentators. A space for the production of new works that focus on the transformation and migration of art forms, the program encourages both dialogue with local communities and exploration of new concepts within art and anthropology.
Please contact us for more information on how to apply to the artist residency.