FTHo offers a rare and valuable opportunity: a place to live, work and engage with the public while being mentored or closely supported by the curatorial and education staff. Living and working in the house-sculpture fosters research-led projects and experimentation by allowing a long-term engagement, the result is often significant site-specific work. A residency is always a two-way process for us, bringing new and exciting perspectives for FTHo and the living archive.

Residencies are assigned through open calls and invitations. Please check the site regularly for open calls.

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