I'm so excited to announce the next residents to @waysresidency are my mum and little sister...all the way from Australia. Bonus pics of my dad, Beth as a precious 👶and my brilliant big sis. Ways Residency is supported so much by all their love! 😘
Not all artists paint. Meet Misi, the sweetest treecutter and performance maker. This tree will keep artists warm at @waysresidency through the winter. ⛏🔥 We still have space in the last month's of 2019. DM for details. 📷 @sur103 😘 #waysresidency
@pava.lou and I had a meeting to discuss the DEEPways creative workshop and retreat coming up in June. We are really excited. We looked like this. There is still space in the workshop. We'd love to have you. Check www.ways.house/workshops for more details.
Thanks for spending time @waysresidency and teaching me how to read Eileen @alisoncoppe. Spot @mars.gomes at work in the garden. Bonus Sunday content for all her fans. #waysresidency
Ways residency is a great place for collaboration. Collectives and groups are very welcome! DM for details about residency space in the winter. #waysresidency
Saturday's at ways residency: experimenting with new mediums like @mars.gomes or some serious chilling like our cat Sunday. We have space in October/November/December! DM for dates.
New artists! Ways Residency welcomes Alison Coppe from Australia! Alison Coppe is a poet and singer from Adelaide, South Australia. She holds a PhD in Creative Writing from The University of Adelaide. Her work and research focuses on performance, fictocritical strategies, queer feminism, gender and sexuality, and contemporary theories of writing memory and the body. Her work has been published by SodPress, Gargouille, Dubnium, UN Magazine, TEXT and has appeared in Noted Festival, LoveFest 2017 and Feast Festival.
New residents! Ways residency is so thrilled to welcome Mars Gomes. Mars Gomes is a rebel dyke based in London. She is going to the residency to unwind and find the missing thread for the development of one of her current pieces. Mars’ work is loud, messy and unapologetic. Her trade fluctuates between the classification of artefacts and the objectification of “self” on display in a sort of abject way. Queer and left wing, yet unconcerned with it’s contextual politicisations and trends . She reflects her sexuality and political views in a natural non-partisan way. 📷: Frozen (Yemen) 2019 Melting ice piece 37 x 10 x 8 cm ©marsgnomes
Deep[ways] is a 5-day collective workshop and retreat. Run by Luiza Moraes, it’ll be an opportunity to dive into the creative process and explore connections between movement practice and self . June 9 - 14 170 euro early bird. Accommodation and meals included. Application thru website. Link in bio. #waysresidency #opencallforartists #workshop #queerart