We are delighted to announce that Tatiana Delaunay will be joining us from 12 February – 12 March as part of the University of the Arts London Art for the Environment International Artist Residency Programme 2018.
Tatiana Delaunay is a recent graduate (2017) of Central Saint Martins, where she studied BA (Hons) Performance: Design & Practice. Her practice is concerned with the experiential understanding of the interconnection between people, places and things.
During her residency at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Delaunay will work within the exhibition ‘The Land We Live In, The Land We Left Behind’. Delaunay’s process and work made during the residency will address the relationship between self and landscape, often seen as separation, and the polarised romanticisation of ‘city life’ and ‘country life’.
For more information about Delaunay’s work, please see her website.
The Art for the Environment International Artist Residency Programme (AER) was launched in 2015 by Professor Lucy Orta, UAL Chair of Art and the Environment.
AER provides UAL graduates with the exceptional opportunity to apply for a 2 to 4-week residency at one of their internationally renowned host institutions, to explore concerns that define the 21st century – biodiversity, environmental sustainability, social economy, and human rights. Through research, studio practice, critiques and mentoring the AER programme is designed to envision a world of tomorrow; to imagine and create work that challenges how we interact with the environment and each other.