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Residency

This is a list of artists who took part in one or more artist in residency programs initiated, supported and produced by Motel Spatie between 2013-2018.

Adelita Husni-Bey (USA)
Ajeng Nurul Aini (Indonesia)
Alex Godwin (UK)
Alice Peragine (Duitsland)
Alternative Learning Tank [ALT]
Andre Alves (Pt)
Bas Bron (Jeugd van Tegenwoordig, NL)
Basak Karabalut (Turkey)
Balz Isler (Switzerland)
Bazel (CZ )
Biop (NL)
Cajo Ludica (Guatamala)
Cardboard Creatures (NL)
Crater Invertido (Mexico)
Cut and Rescue (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Daniel Vlcek (CZ)
Danielle Lemaire (NL)
Elejan van der Velde (NL)
Erik Tlaseca (Mexico)
Evgenia Nikitina (Russia)
Ewa Głowacka (Poland)
Farid Rakun (Indonesia)
Heimprofi (Krista Burger) (NL)
Helen Zeru (Ethiopia)
Hubert Jakub Kostka (Poland)
Ida Roscher (Germany)
Isaac Howell (USA)
Influenza (BE)
Ivo Statinski (Poland / NL)
Jakub Nepraš (CZ)
Janna Ullrich (DE)
Jarmilla Mitríková & Dávid Demjanovič (SVK)
Jennifer Bennet (Switzerland)
Jeroen Jongeleen (NL)
Joe Made This (DE)
Jonmar van Vlijmen (NL)
Jo Zahn (Germany)
Jozef Mrva (CZ)
Katherine Ball (USA)
Kees Westervelt (NL)
Kenneth Letsoin aka Naamloozz Eindeloozz (NL)
De Kift (NL)
Lene Benz (Germany)
Lifepatch (Indonesia)
Maiko Hino (Japan)
Manuel Beltrán (Es)
Marc van Elburg (NL)
Matthijs Lieshout (NL)
Meatgrinders  (Australia)
Miroslav Tóth (Slowakia)
Mixedrice (South-Korea)
Moira van Dijk (NL)
Olga Dospekhova (Russia)
Omar Salem (Syria / NL)
Orhan Delibas (Turkey / NL)
Phillipe Van Wolputte (Belgium)
Raumlaborberlin (DE)
Reinaart Vanhoe (Belgium)
Rob Sweere (NL)
Rob Voerman (NL)
Roos van Dijk (NL)
Ruangrupa (Indonesia)
Sarjon Dali (Syria / NL)
Sergei Kulikov-Shuyskiy (Russia)
Sido Dekker (NL)
Standing (CZ)
Syafiatudina (Kunci Cultural Study center Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
Syaiful Ardianto (Indonesia)
Tammam Aziz (Syria /NL)
Therese Schulzeit (DE)
Tilmann Meyer-Faje (DE)
Varvara Degtiarenko (Russia/ USA)
Victor Yuliev (Russia)
WN van Havenhorst (NL)
Yana Klichuk (Russia)

floorplan-project-space
Floorplan of the Project Space (11,8 × 10,3 M)