Mateusz Kowalczyk

Mateusz Kowalczyk (PL) is a visual artist, performer, activist. A student of master’s studies at the Faculty of Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. His interests include shamanism, collective work,… More

Johannes Heldén

Johannes Heldén (SE) is a visual artist, writer and musician. His interdisciplinary works deal with poetry, ecology, artificial intelligence, sentience and narrative structures. At Rupert, he will do research for a project exploring the format of… More

Gabrielė Adomaitytė

Gabrielė Adomaitytė (LT/NL) graduated from Vilnius Art Academy in 2017 and until 2019 Spring had been enrolled in the De Ateliers residency, Amsterdam. In her practice, the artist explores painting’s potential to question forms… More

Lucy A. Sames

curator and researcher living and working in London. She is Co-Director and Curator at Res. At Rupert, Lucy will be working on a chapter of her PhD thesis on ancient stone assemblages through the… More

Rasmus Myrup

Rasmus Myrup is a Danish artist and curator living and working between Paris and Copenhagen. Working primarily with sculpture and drawing, his work is a synthesis of the big and the small investigating humanity’s… More

[:lt]Suzy Halajian

Suzy Halajian (USA) – independent curator and writer based in Los Angeles, and is currently the 2018-19 Curator-in-Residence at Disjecta, Portland. Her work begins at the intersection of art and politics, treating image making… More

Kah Bee Chow

Kah Bee Chow (Malaysia/New Zealand/Sweden) is an artist from Penang, Malaysia and Auckland, New Zealand, living and working in Malmö, Sweden. Whilst at Rupert she will be researching the parallels between traditional forms of… More

Santiago Reyes Villaveces

Colombian artist based in Bogota and Ambalema, a municipality in the countryside of Colombia. In 2017 he graduated from the  MA in sculpture at the Royal College of Art, London with the Abraaj Innovation… More

Coven Berlin

Coven Berlin (Germany) founded in 2013 Coven Berlin is a sex-positive transdisciplinary collective focused on feminism, love, gender, sexuality and art. At Rupert, Coven Berlin will examine queer feminist art/activism as a valuable tool… More

Canan Batur

Canan Batur is a Turkish curator, researcher and writer based between London and Istanbul. She is currently devising a project at 1.1, Basel, and working on establishing a new space in Istanbul with a… More

Rachael Finney

Rachael Finney (United Kingdom) is an artist working across sound, video, installation and performance. Her work investigates the material qualities of the voice, often dissecting it and dividing it from language in order to… More

Emilie Pitoiset

Emilie Pitoiset (France) is an artist, choreographer and writer based in Paris. With a background in gymnastics and dance she questions the absence of the body through inherited behaviours, rituals, sexuality, and money. Group… More

Erica Scourti

Erica Scourti (Greece/UK) is an artist and writer born in Athens, Greece and now based in London and Athens. Her work explores biographical writing and bodily inscription in the performance and representation of subjectivity. For her residency… More

Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe

Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe (Germany) is a curator and writer whose work focuses on performance and documentary. During her residency at Rupert she will develop the curatorial research project ‘private performances.’ Co-conceived with the Scotland… More

Erdem Taşdelen

Erdem Taşdelen is a Turkish-Canadian artist who currently lives and works in Toronto. His practice is rooted in conceptualism and involves a range of media including installation, video, sculpture, sound and artist books. His… More

Herb Shellenberger

Herb Shellenberger (USA/UK) – curator and writer originally from Philadelphia and based in London. He works between cinema and contemporary art, and is an Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins and has recently organized… More

Joshua Schwebel

Joshua Schwebel (Canada/Germany) is a Canadian conceptual artist currently based in Berlin. Through artistic interventions, his work de-centers institutional authority and makes visible power structures and hierarchies residing in the art system. While at… More

Abhishek Nilamber

Abhishek Nilamber (India/Germany) is an independent artist and curator living and working in Berlin. Primarily working at SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin and as artistic consultant for Backyard Civilization, Kochi, India, his work focuses on projects… More

Anastasia Sosunova

Anastasia Sosunova (Lithuania) is a visual artist living in Vilnius. Using a variety of media such as video, installation, writing and printmaking, her work focuses on the ways in which communities and identities are… More

Marta Trektere

Marta Trektere is a performance artist, independent curator and writer based in Riga, Latvia. She’s also co-running artist-run space Four to Seven gallery in Riga. Marta’s works addresses simplicity of complexity in everyday life… More

Avni Dauti and Rebecca Vaughan

Avni Dauti and Rebecca Vaughan are artists and researchers from Melbourne, Australia. Their work focuses on Deaf histories and repressed historical narratives, encompassing a diverse range of media and strategies including film, installation and… More

Paige K. Bradley

Paige K. Bradley (USA) is a writer and artist born and raised in Los Angeles. Her Project at Rupert will investigate the to and fro between visual form and written articulation. Interested in depicting… More

Eva Mustonen

Eva Mustonen is an installation artist living and working in Tallinn, Estonia. With a background in textile art and semiotics, her work is heavily influenced by handicraft and physical labor as means of expression. During… More

Antanas Gerlikas

Antanas Gerlikas (Lithuania) main sources of inspiration is dreams, which offer forms, spaces and actions that are otherwise impossible to experience. One of the recent purpose of his practice is to have an immediate experience… More

Rupert Residents announced for 2019

Rupert is pleased to announce the selection of the following group of artists, curators and researchers taking part in the 2019 Residency Programme, which will run from December 2018 to December 2019. Candidates were… More