The grants were available to visual artists for three months residency between 2018 and 2020.
Combining theoretical and artistic practice, IFP aims to nurture cross-disciplinary knowledge and stimulate cultural exchange and production in a collective approach. The residency focuses on visual arts but also artists from other disciplines having a well-grounded research interest may apply. The rooms are quite basic and family members may not accompany the resident artist. The residency can accommodate three artists at a time. Two studios and a small working space are available for residential artists. IFP provides a part-time assistant for the grantee to help solve problems concerning everyday situations or the artist´s work. More information: www.iprovoke.org/