Gudskul : Studies on Contemporary Art Collective and Ecosystem is opening the opportunity for artist alike to experience our model of learning through Gudskul Residency program. How we practice knowledge-sharing, practicing collectivity within contemporary art world, and how to work collaboratively between collective members.
Gudskul is conceived to be a space for participants’ experimentations to work collaboratively as a collective. Collaborative work is an operating pattern or method where togetherness and equality are practised to put something together (production). Collective is an organizational system or management model based on mutual agreement of a number of individuals with various backgrounds to achieve and sustain certain objectives, values, and intentions (distribution).
1. Gudskul Residency program welcome all applicants from all nationality, working in the area of cross-discipline and community engagement projects.
2. Gudskul Residency program is open to all professionally established visual artist, performing artist, curator, educator, chef, gardener, architect, engineer, researcher, and art manager, both individual and group.
3. All applicants must be able to communicate in English or Bahasa