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28 Oct 2022

Thank you to all applicants of our Open Call 2022 for guests to NKF’s guest studio in Stockholm! We received a large number of applications and it was possible for us to offer ten residencies for 2023. Together, the residencies will form an exciting program and we look forward to welcoming the following artists and collaborations:


SITE /Sven-Olov Wallenstein - Awa Konaté (DK)
Regional Migration, (Post)colonial conditions, South-South relations in the Nordic periphery– the camera’s role in articulating and construction of non-white subjecthoods

Natasja Loutchko - Ida Lennartsson (DE)
Sick/How to not be sick in a sick world

Färgfabriken - Nabbteeri (Janne Nabb och Maria Teeri) (FI)
Trädgård (arbetstitel)

Feronia Wennborg - Catalina Barroso-Luque (MX)
Under the Sea

Chiara Bugatti - Sebastian Moske (DE)
Telling a tale to its material – how to reenact Folkets Hus

Anna Kinbom - María Kolodynski (AR)
Something shines underneath the earth

Guest artists from Sápmi invited by NKF - Silje Figenschou Thoresen and Morten Torgesrud (NO)

Hillside Projects - Saviya Lopes, Yogesh Barve, Amol K. Patil, Arijit Bhattacharyya (IN)
Democracy - the Endangered Bird

Index Foundation - Mar Reykjavik (ES)
Research: investigations with text, film, dance and objects and dealing with questions related to identity and performativity

Anna-Karin Rasmusson - Anna Taina (DK)
Investigations of painting as video and performance


Image credit:

How not to be sick in a sick world?, Ida Lennartsson and Natasja Loutchko, 2022