Our Offices & Partners Abroad

For detailed information please click on the offices and cultural centres below. For further information on the headquarters in Zurich please go to: www.prohelvetia.ch

Artists in Residence

These are our current and past artists in residence.

Masimba Sasa

January - February 2022 | Visual Arts

Uriel Orlow | Research Trip

Swiss artist Uriel Orlow is returning to Dakar, Senegal to continue his research and production of a new work for the 2022 Dakar Biennale.

Country of residency: Senegal

January 2022 & December 2022 | Multi-Disciplinary

Joshua Chiundiza & Yann Longchamp | Antigel Festival Residency

Zimbabwean audiovisual artist Joshua Chiundiza and Swiss DJ and interactive designer Yann Longchamp will present a work in progress showing of their collaborative audiovisual performance piece during Antigel Festival.

Country of residency: Switzerland

January - February & August - October 2022 | Performing Arts

Buhle Ngaba | Residency

During her residency in Switzerland Buhle Ngaba plans to develop the idea of a “Southern Region Women’s Archive” that can be a living resource for different kinds of storytelling.

Country of residency: Switzerland

February 2022 | Visual Arts

Matheline Marmy | Research Trip

During her research trip in Cape Town, South Africa, Matheline Marmy will focusing on mineral and geological aggregations specific to the region, observable examples of biomineralization and fossilization processes.

Country of residency: South Africa

© SJ Photography

January - April 2022 | Multi-Disciplinary

Umlilo | Residency

During their residency, South African genre and gender-bending multi-disciplinary artist Umlilo will develop a multi-dimensional project that deals with grief, the pandemic and healing arts practice. Umlilo looks to present an inclusive and intersectional view of shared artistic experiences between Johannesburg and Zurich.

Country of residency: Switzerland

@ Myriam Ziehli

January - April 2022 | Visual Arts

Magali Dougoud | Residency

During her residency, Magali Dougoud will develop a new video project titled “Aquatic Narratives”, which will focus on water and liquidity as a way of thinking and communicating through a post-anthropocentric feminist theoretical approach. The project will imagine a new narrative made up of fragments of intimate and collective stories and images filmed in and around the rivers that cross and border the city of Kinshasa.

Country of residency: DRC