Residency Dates: February 13, 2022 - March 05, 2022
Application Deadline: September 19, 2021
Guadalupe Maravilla is a transdisciplinary visual artist, choreographer, and healer. At the age of eight, Maravilla was part of the first wave of unaccompanied, undocumented children to arrive at the United States border in the 1980s as a result of the Salvadoran Civil War. As an acknowledgement of his own migratory past, Maravilla grounds his practice in the historical and contemporary contexts of immigrant culture. He has exhibited and performed in major museums such as Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami and many more. In 2019 Maravilla was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.
I am interested in being part of a community and creating a safe space therefore looking for artists that are friendly. All mediums are welcomed, and artists should be interested in having daily performance and holistic rituals.
- Submit 15 images or 10min of video or both.
- A letter of intent and answer these questions below:
What astrological sign are you?
How has the last year affected your art practice?
Are you interested in healing work? If so, what type?
What do you enjoy most doing that is not work related?
What is your favorite unhealthy food and why?
Which is your favorite fruit and why?
What are your expectations out of this residency?
Tell me 5 things that you cannot live without?
Residency Fee: Waived for this Residency (Includes a weekday meals and housing; does not include artist materials, transportation, or weekend meals.)
Application fee: $25