DAR is looking for participating artist for a 2-month digital residency in February and March 2019 followed by an exhibition of the works produced in March 2019 at Gallery 8, Oxford.
'chemical reaction' - metroncollaborative residency
Annabel Ralphs and Diane Jones-Parry
Berlin based artist Bella Hope was our Wolfson residency artist last year. After her successful exhibition at Wolfson College during May 2017, she writes here about her experience here...
We are seeking applicatons for a residency opportunity in Oxford at Magdalen Road Studios. The residency would be held in Filament 14 with an exhibition of work within Wolfson College Oxford.
Richard Hunt has started the first week of his residency with us...
Portsmouth based artist Jeannie Driver was in residence at FILAMENT 14 For three days a week over three weeks in October 2013. Jeannie developed her work with paper documents, focusing on publicity leaflets that market Oxford's cultural scene and visiting galleries & museums in the city. Read her diary here
Associate members of Magdalen Road Studios Ann Rapstoff and Vicky Vergou were in residence at FILAMENT 14 exploring their ongoing interest in the theme of water. They spent time exploring its properties, and their responses to its sound, light and movement. A feed back session was held at the end of the month.
Painter Julian Dourado moved his studio/study to FILAMENT 14, and for one week it became a place for drinking tea, viewing unfolding hermetic landscapes, reading about mysterious cathedrals and thinking about perfect languages.
Residency review with refreshments
Thursday 25th April 6 pm
Lucas at work in Filament 14
March 2013 : Writing Residency the F14 team invited Oxford University creative writing students students Daisy Johnson Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Sarvat Hasin to use Filament 14 as a creative writing space. Kiran worked on an ekphrastic project exploring the story of Orpheus and Eurydice. The project will end up in graphic novel form, Kiran's poems set against drawings and paintings by Tom De Freston and songs by Max Barton. Sarvat Hasin used the space to work on a fragmented novel rewriting the story of Orpheas and Eurydice into contemporary Oxford. Daisy Johnson worked on a novel exploring the story of Oedipus and his mother Jocasta in contemporary times, as observed by the blind seer Tiresias.
The residency ended with a reading event held at the studios.