Miša Skalskis

October, 2020 Miša Skalskis (Lithuania) is a Helsinki based visual and sound artist from Lithuania. His latest works explore collective memory and its relationship to fiction and presence. He holds a degree in Sonology… More

Satu and Piia Oksanen

October, 2020 Satu and Piia join Rupert as a collective. During the residency they wish to connect to Lithuanian art scene – curators, thinkers and artists. In this one-month period they wish to keep… More

Rupert residents announced for December-July 2021

We are pleased to announce the selection of the following group of artists, curators and researchers who will take part in the 2021 Rupert residency programme, which will run from January to July 2021 (in… More

Samantha Lippett

October-November, 2020 Samantha Lippett (United Kingdom) is a London based curator and lecturer who explores the radical potential for learning and progress through cross-disciplinary collaboration. Her practice is centred around the creation of inclusive… More

Rowena Harris (virtual residency)

Rowena Harris (United Kingdom) is an artist and art researcher focused on what is at stake for bodymind difference within the everyday technological regime. She is completing her CHASE funded PhD at Goldsmith’s College… More

Sean-Roy Parker

Sean-Roy Parker (United Kingdom) is an artist, environmentalist and community cook based in London. His work builds social frameworks inclusive of marginalised voices and alternative currencies like labour exchange to encourage practical, post-capitalist action… More

Alexei Gordin

Alexei Gordin (Estonia) is mainly known as a painter, however, he also works with photography, video and performance. Using black humour, Gordin draws attention to the absurdity of the (art) world and alienation, highlighting… More

Luīze Rukšāne

Luīze Rukšāne (Latvia) is a young artist currently studying BA Visual Communication at the Art Academy of Latvia. Participating in group and solo exhibitions since 2017, in 2019 she was one of 7 Latvian… More

Arvydas Umbrasas

an artist living in Vilnius. His sculptural work deals with the themes of cosmic bodies and their impact on people’s imagination. At Rupert he will be developing new outdoor sculptures inspired by the phenomenon… More

Virtual residency: Karolina Rybačiauskaitė

an Art Critic and a PhD student of Philosophy at Vilnius University, also graduated in History and Theory of Art at Vilnius Academy of Arts, now living between Vilnius and Prague. She studies the principle of… More

April-May short residencies

We are happy to announce artists, curators and researchers who will reside in Rupert from this week till the end of May. Aistė Ambrazevičiūtė – experimental architect and digital artist based in Kaunas, Lithuania. During her master… More

Artun Alaska Arasli

Artun Alaska Arasli (Turkey/Netherlands/Belgium) is an artist, writer and researcher. He graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in 2011, and later attended the Staedelschule in Frankfurt am Main. Arasli has had solo exhibitions at Kantine… More

Caterina Avataneo

Caterina Avataneo (IT/UK) is a curator born in Turin and based in London. Her curatorial practice involves thinking through artworks and drawing links between everyday phenomena and contemporary theoretical discourse. She was awarded the 2017 NEON CURATORIAL… More

Anna Zoria

Anna Zoria (Canada/France) is an artist living and working in Paris, France. She makes work about doing nothing, anticipation, boredom and repetition. She has a degree in History of Religion, Literature and the Arts from… More

Sophie Hoyle

Sophie Hoyle (UK) is an artist and writer currently living and working in London. Their practice explores an intersectional approach to post-colonial, queer, feminist, anti-psychiatry and disability issues. At Rupert Sophie will continue work… More

Rupert Residents announced for 2020

Rupert is pleased to announce the selection of the following group of artists, curators and researchers taking part in the 2020 Residency programme, which will run from January to December 2020. Candidates were selected… More