STUDIO RESIDENTS

Throughout 2019 SHIFT ran a series of group residencies and exhibitions.

The SHIFT 2019 multidisciplinary artist group residencies & exhibitions were a way of bringing individual artists together in a shared space for a three week period to experiment with their individual art practices within a supportive communal environment. The residencies offered peer to peer support for artists as well as opportunities for collaboration and public engagement.

SHIFT shared studios is a continuation of the group artist residencies

A monthly rolling agreement with eleven artists, sharing a communal studio, R&D space within the SHIFT basement at the Capitol centre. In return for the shared space at SHIFT, the Resident artists can offer support to other artists & performers by hosting, curating & facilitating exhibitions, performances, short residencies & collaborations.

When studio space becomes available the vacant space will be offered to artists through an open call. The residents will decide collectively who will occupy the vacant space.

Current residents:

Rhiannon Lowe:https://cekcahet.rocks

Abi Birkinshaw:https://www.abibirkinshaw.com

Jon Ruddick:https://jonruddick.bandcamp.com

Rosey Brown: https://twitter.com/roseymorwenna https://www.instagram.com/ardalbicnic/

Heledd C Evanshttps://m.soundcloud.com/user-56160558 https://www.instagram.com/ardalbicnic/

Alex Stevens:https://www.instagram.com/abject_objects/https://twitter.com/AbjectObjects

Rebecca Jones:https://www.rebeccaanniejones.com

Joao DeCastro:https://www.instagram.com/shegonneyweaver/

Erin Donnelly:https://www.instagram.com/erin___donnelly/

Teddy Hunter:https://www.teddyhunter.co.uk

Jake A Griffiths:https://linktr.ee/JakeAGriffiths

Tim Bromage:https://www.instagram.com/mungosbeanfarm/

SHIFT’S use of space at the Capitol centre is supported by https://www.axisweb.org vacant space project.

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SHIFT is a multidisciplinary research & development arts space, offering working space and support for artists to develop artistic practice.