An international jury has selected LU Yang, among other candidates for her proposal “ Bio-Mechanical Installation” as the resident artist to begin a 4 week-long program at SymbioticA in The University of Western Australia in Perth, Australia in the summer of 2013。
This call is open to all Chinese artists including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Chinese nationals living / working overseas. Deadline: May 10, 2013, Application must be submitted in English, and the applicant must have sufficient knowledge of English language for communication
Lausanne based Swiss experimental architectural studio Fabric has been selected as the first TASML | Swiss artist residence awardee. Patric Keller, a member of Fabric has begun the residence on Tsinghua campus for a period of 4 weeks from March 25 to April 22.
With the generous support of Carroll / Fletcher Gallery, a London based contemporary art gallery, TASML is pleased to announce its new artist residence award: TASML | Carroll Fletcher Artist Residence Award.
This exploratory research residency will enable and expose the selected artist to the culture and practice of the life sciences providing an opportunity for developing new skills and knowledge.
Between October 14 and November 26 of 2012, German artist Susanna Hertrich completed a 6 week long residence in which she worked with Tsinghua researchers and students to conduct experiments
An international jury has selected WANG Zhipeng, among other candidates for his proposal “Surrounded on Four Sides by the Songs of Chu." as a resident artist @ ZKM
TASML initiated and supported research project “Brain Station” by artist WU Juehui was included in the ZeroOne digital art biennial in San Jose in the United States. WU Juehui traveled to San Jose for the opening of the biennial exhibition and gave presentation on the creation of Brain Station. http://www.zero1biennial.org/meatmedia
TASML in collaboration with EPFL | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, Institute of Opera Research of Peking University, Beijing Dance Academy, Central Academy of Drama will organize a 2 weekends workshop to introduce the most current research findings in the synergy of art and science in expanding the frontier of performing arts.
TASML organized a series of workshops introducing fashionable technologies, a nascent area of research in Chinese art and design education. Students and faculty from both Tsinghua and Parsons participated this two week long intensive workshop with great enthusiasm