3 x 1-month Residential Studio Residencies for NC Alumni with British School at Rome
16 September 2020
We are delighted to announce Leah Capaldi (NC Alumni 2011), Marco Godoy (NC Alumni 2014) Laura Hindmarsh (NC Alumni 2019) as the three recipients of our residencies in partnership with the British School at Rome. Each artist has been awarded a one-month residential studio residency in Rome to undertake research towards developing new work and will benefit from BSR’s exciting programme.
Leah Capaldi (b. 1985, Chertsey, UK) lives and works in London. She holds a MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art (2010) and is represented by Matt’s Gallery, London. Selected solo exhibitions and performances: Big Slit, Matt’s Gallery, London (2021); Here/There, gHost Space, London (2019); Lay Down, Matt’s Gallery, London (2016); Overlay, ICA, London (2015); Hung, Serpentine Gallery, London (2014); Allure, Perf4m ARTISSIMA, Turin, Italy (2014); Hum, Art 14, London (2014); Witness Matter, Vitrine Bermondsey Street, London (2014); mass. En mass. mass medium, CGP, London (2013); Invites, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2012); Incubate Festival, Tilburg, Holland (2012), Parts and Labour, Camberwell Space, London (2012) and Prop, Vitrine Bermondsey Square, London (2012).
Leah Capaldi, Big Slit, 2021, Matt's Gallery
Marco Godoy was born in Madrid, 1986 and was educated at 2012-2014 MA Royal College of Art. London, 2012-2014; Fine Arts Degree. Complutense University (UCM). Madrid, 2011; School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, 2010. Solo exhibitions include at Galería Max Estrella, Madrid. Dec 2020; Heterarchy: Ven, seremos. Patricia Ready gallery, Santiago de Chile. March 2020; Double reverb, Solo performance at Centro Centro, Madrid. Oct 2019; My we, your we, our we. April 2019; The distance between us, Sala de Arte Joven. Madrid. 2017; What we still have to talk about. Galería Max Estrella. Madrid. 2017; Möbius strip, Curated by Violeta Janeiro, Hangar, Lisbon, 2017; Europe. Copperfield Gallery. London, 2016; Claiming the Echo. Curated by Robert Blackson, Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia, 2015
Marco Godoy, In the service of vision, 2020, Mirrored riot shields and collaborations with protesters, Chile.
Laura Hindmarsh was born (1987) in Miri, Malaysia and raised on the country of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation Noongar land. Living and working in East Sussex. Hindmarsh completed a Masters in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art in 2020 following on from her participation in Syllabus IV an alternative-learning programme, hosted between Wysing Art Centre, Spike Island, S1, Eastside Projects, Studio Voltaire and Iniva. She was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019. Recent exhibitions include A Good Line, A Good Lie, (A.I. Gallery, London) Practicing Concern (Artlicks Weekend, London) John Fries Award (UNSW, Sydney); Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial (Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney); Primavera (MCA, Sydney); PhotoAccess (Canberra); Contemporary Art Tasmania (Hobart); Ve.sch (Vienna) and Sydney Contemporary Art Fair. Film screenings include Mono No Aware (NYC), Independent Film Show (Naples); Edinburgh International Film Festival, Experiments in Cinema (Albuquerque), Istanbul International Film Experimental Film Festival, HOME (Manchester), Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival (Hawick) and Process Experimental Film Festival (Riga) and Oslo Cinemateket.
British School at Rome. Photo by Sophie Hay
New Contemporaries is delighted to offer three, one-month residential studio residency opportunities in partnership with British School at Rome open to artists working in all media. The studio residencies will allow the three recipients time to familiarise themselves with Rome and undertake some research towards developing a new work. The three studio residencies will run consecutively in Rome between 11 January and 2 April 2021.
To be considered please read the information below.
General conditions for residencies at the BSR:
Successful applicants must:
The selection process will be administered by New Contemporaries, with the selection panel composed of representatives of the BSR’s Faculty of the Fine Arts and New Contemporaries.
In making an appointment to an award we will assess all applications using the following set of criteria:
In addition to these three basic selection criteria, we will take into consideration the potential for the award to impact on the applicant’s creative development and will attempt to ensure that the needs and interests of the successful applicant are compatible with the facilities available at the BSR and the interests of its community. Priority will be given to those who are no longer in full- or part-time formal education at the time of application.
To apply please submit the equal opportunities form and one PDF document set in 11-point font containing the information below presented in the following order:
Please send a PDF application and equal opportunities form to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 10:00am on Thursday 15 October 2020.
Please number the pages and put your name on each page. Title your PDF document in the following way: FirstnameLastname_BSR2021
Regrettably only applications submitted in the format above will be considered.
We will let you know if you have been successful by the beginning of November 2020. Regrettably, we are unable to offer feedback on unsuccessful applications.
Equal Opportunities Form
About the British School at Rome
Founded in 1901, the BSR — the UK’s leading research institute abroad — is a centre of interdisciplinary research excellence in the Mediterranean, supporting the full range of arts, humanities and social sciences. Behind its Lutyens-designed façade in central Rome, a succession of resident scholars, architects and artists engage with the art, history and culture of Italy, the Mediterranean and the wider world through a rich variety of research projects conducted in its world-class Library, artist studios and event spaces. We create an environment for work of international standing and impact from Britain and the Commonwealth, and provide a bridge into the intellectual and cultural heart of Rome, Italy and the Mediterranean basin.
The BSR is exceptionally well networked with Italian institutions, superintendencies and universities. It also has closed links with the remarkable group of some twenty other foreign academies in Rome. As a result, the BSR is uniquely placed to add value to international training, practice and research.
The BSR supports:
About Residential Awards at the BSR
Residential awards at the BSR provide unprecedented access to Rome and Italy. They offer the superb opportunity to research and focus upon work away from normal pressures, and to use the BSR as a base to make the best use possible of the remarkable resources that the city offers.
The vibrant interdisciplinary community provides an environment such that most people have never encountered throughout their education and/or professional career. There are numerous opportunities — whether over breakfast, lunch and dinner, in workshops and lectures, whilst relaxing in the common spaces, or whilst on site visits — to exchange ideas and viewpoints, with incredible synergies emerging in expected and unexpected ways.
The regular programme of events that are open to the public enables residents to meet and interact with others in their own and other disciplines. A programme of group exhibitions gives all artists and architects the opportunity to show their work.
A wide range of awards is open to fine artists at every career stage, from immediate graduate on. Similarly in the ‘humanities’, award-holders go from postgraduate students to emeritus professors, with all stages in between. Former award-holders in the visual arts include Richard Billingham, Spartacus Chetwynd, Adam Chodzko, Lucy Gunning, Chantal Joffe, Hayley Newman, Laure Prouvost, Elizabeth Price, Florian Roithmayr, Daniel Silver, Daniel Sinsel and Mark Wallinger.