Next Titanik A.i.R Open Call will be in autumn 2023
Arte has been running an international Titanik A.i.R. artist residency programme since 2006, and from 2013 the focus of the residency has been on sound art. The residency is located in Turku, South-West coast of Finland.
The residencies are 1–3 months long and include free accommodation in a studio apartment near Titanik and a studio space in the gallery. The residence apartment measures 27 m2, and is ideal for one or two people. Children and pets are welcome. Unfortunately, the apartment is not fully accessible, and artists must finance their own living and travel expenses. The residency is self-directed, but Titanik staff will assist and guide the artist in residence as much as possible.
An open call for the residency is held once a year, on the basis of which Arte board will select the artists in residence. Arte actively seeks to increase the diversity of the contemporary art scene and welcomes artists from all backgrounds to apply.
Turun Ekotori has sponsored the residency programme by providing two bicycles.
January: Sami Klemola
February: Martyna Basta
March: Chelsea Leventhal
April: Christian Skjødt Hasselstrøm
September: Stefanie Loveday
October: Nina Sarnelle
November: Sumugan Sivanesan
December: Timo Viialainen
Short residencies for curators
Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen (DK)
Short residencies (February–May)
Vili von Nissinen
Iiris Kaarlehto ja Klaus Maunuksela
Ali Akbar Mehta & varialambo
Felicity Mangan (AU/DE)
Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir (SE)
The Cyberpunk and Capitalist Realism Study Group (DE)
Evgenija Wassilew & Peter Strickmann (DE)
TinTin Patron & Tim Huys (GER)
Kiyomi Uozumi & Tetsuhiro Uozumi (JPN)
Lou Masduraud (SUI) & Antoine Bellini (FR)
Virginie Laganiere & Jean-Maxime Dufresne (CAN)
Fernando Visockis Macedo (BRA)
Allison Halter & Holly Streekstra (USA)
Larita Engelbrecht (ZAF)