Artist in Residence: press to exit project space is hosting Jacob Severn

Artist-in-Residence Exchange Programme | organized by press to exit project space and apexart| selected artist: Jacob Severn | 17 October - 15 November 2015

press to exit project space, in cooperation with apexart Fellowship Program, from  the period of 17 of October till 15 of November, is hosting Jacob Severn, who ives and works in New York. Jacob Severn is a poet and visual artist. His writing and artwork deal with representation, mediated experience, concealment, expiration, and ephemerality. In Seattle, he founded the art space Healthy Times Fun Club. He is the co-founder of Kimberly-Klark, a project space in Ridgewood, Queens. He edits the micropress Snacks, Inc. and the digital ephemeral literature site HARIBO. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School in New York City. Born outside Seattle in 1982, Jacob now lives with the educator Rebecca Severn in New York. He loves standard poodles and the Goodyear Blimp. 

Rainbow in the Dark: On the Joy and Torment of Faith

External activity | Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska | Rainbow in the Dark: On the Joy and Torment of Faith | curated by Galit Eilat and Sebastian Cichocki | Museum of Modern Art in Malmö, Sweden | October 17 till January 17, 2016.

press to exit project space is pleased to anounce that the artists Hhristina Ivanoska and Jane Chalovski are exibiting as part of the exhibition "Rainbow in the Dark: On the Joy and Torment of Faith" that from the period of October 17 till January 17, 2016, will be opened at the Museum of Modern Art in Malmö, Sweden. The exibition is curated by Galit Eilat and Sebastian Cichocki.

Their new collaborative work created for this exhibition, which is entitled Unspoken, is made upon three linen cloths treated with textile paint, graphite and thread. The works are exhibited in combination with several previously created individual works of the authors.

Selected artists for the artist-in-residence programme WEST BALKAN CALLING

West Balkan Calling | Artist-in-Residence Exchange Programme | organized by < rotor > center for contemporary art Graz and press to exit project space | selected artists: Velimir Zernovski and Wolfgang Obermair

press to exit project space is pleased to announce that the artist Velimir Zernovski was selected for one month residential stay in Graz, Austria, as part of the art residency project WEST BALKAN CALLING. His residencial stay in 2016. will be organized by <rotor> association for contemporary art.

press to exit project space proposed ten Macedonian artists, and on decision by the jury, the invitation for the art residency was addressed to Velimir Zernovski. The meeting of the jury, whose representatives were part of the organizations involved in the project, from Austria and the countries of the Western Balkans, was held in September in Vienna. At the same time, press to exit project will be the host organization for the residential stay of the Austrian artist Wolfgang Obermair in Skopje, Macedonia.