Residency

The residency offers (inter)national artists and curators the possibility to stay and work/research at our location in the centre of The Hague. 1646’s residency aims to support innovative practices, develop global networks, and engage the local art community in The Netherlands.

The residency at 1646 is not focused on an end result, but on providing a space for research/work/reflection, while getting familiar with the context of The Hague and The Netherlands. There is no exhibition connected to the residency, though, a public event will conclude the residency period — the shape of which can be worked out in conversation with 1646. The residency period is up to 2 months and takes place at the end of the application year, between mid-September and mid-November 2022.

1646’s residency program provides:
Studio space of 5m x 3m inside our building. The studio comes with a wi-fi internet connection and residents have access to our technical facilities. Accommodation: a studio apartment nearby the gallery with private cooking facilities, internet and shared toilet and shower. Children and partners are welcome to join the residency.

Specification of budget provided:
€1500 incl. VAT. Artist/ Curator fee
€1000 incl. VAT. Production budget
€600 incl. VAT. Event
€500 incl. VAT. Travelling expense

Selection process:
Applicants may apply between April 1st to April 30th 2022. All applications submitted during this period will be thoroughly reviewed by the team of 1646.

Due to the large amount of applications 1646 is not able to provide feedback.
The points that 1646 takes into consideration when looking at the applications are:

  1. Artistic quality
  2. Fully completed application
  3. Clarity of the proposal
  4. How the portfolio and proposal fit within the context of 1646


For more information about the application procedure, please contact air@1646.nl

Register

Applicants may apply between April 1st to April 30th 2022.

Application period is closed.

Current Resident

Previous residency guests

Bogdan Seredyak
RECONFIGURED/CITY
Reconstructing architecture after times of conflict

01/06/2022 –
31/07/2022
31/07/2022
Mohsin Shafi
Exploring conventional and unconventional ideas of vulnerability, reminiscence and romance

01/10/2021 –
15/12/2021
15/12/2021
Sabine Groenewegen
Missing Scenes Chronicles

15/01/2021 –
15/03/2021
15/03/2021
Baha Görkem Yalım
FOR THE TIME BEING, MOBY DICK

21/10/2020 –
21/12/2020
21/12/2020
Javier Arce
Exchange Orbital Residency

01/05/2019 –
30/06/2019
30/06/2019
AIR exchange Kooshk and Orbital

01/11/2017 –
01/12/2018
01/12/2018
Anna Breu
Coyote Explained

01/10/2018 –
30/11/2018
30/11/2018
Farahnaz Jalilvand
Exchange Kooshk Residency Tehran

01/09/2018 –
31/10/2018
31/10/2018
Sara Masinaei
Exchange Kooshk Residency Tehran

01/02/2018 –
28/02/2018
28/02/2018
Raúl Hevia
Tracksuit Poem (Poema chándal)

01/12/2017 –
31/01/2018
31/01/2018
Laurie Charles
The Anger of the Intestine

01/04/2017 –
31/05/2017
31/05/2017
Alberto García del Castillo
The travelogue of the voyage of merman and singer Steev Lemercier

01/11/2016 –
30/11/2016
30/11/2016
Pádraic E. Moore
Esoteric movements as a vital catalyst

01/09/2015 –
31/10/2015
31/10/2015
Azahara Cerezo
on Antonio Gomez Fernandez and skating in The Netherlands

01/09/2014 –
31/10/2014
31/10/2014
Raphaël Constant
On container shipping

01/03/2014 –
30/04/2014
30/04/2014
Fermín Jiménez Landa
the sidewalk back to life

01/11/2013 –
31/12/2013
31/12/2013
Olga Balema
Before ‘What Enters’

01/05/2013 –
31/05/2013
31/05/2013
Tomo Savić-Gecan
another time another place

01/05/2011 –
30/06/2011
30/06/2011
Mikko Kuorinki
the individual and physical reality through language

01/03/2011 –
30/04/2011
30/04/2011
Magali Reus, Dan Walwin
exploring a move & the taste of adrenaline

01/10/2010 –
31/01/2011
31/01/2011
Indiana Audunsdottir
building props

01/12/2009 –
31/01/2010
31/01/2010
Au Travail / At Work

24/10/2009 –
14/11/2009
14/11/2009
DGC Francois Lemieux and Robin Simons

01/03/2008 –
01/04/2008
01/04/2008