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JULY 2011

Six first researchers to take part into Fieldwork

We are proud to announce that the six first researchers to take part into Fieldwork: Marfa research program are:

Wilfrid Almendra, FR. Lives and works in Cholet, FR.
Emily Verla Bovino, USA. Lives and works in La Jolla, CA.
Elisa Larvego, CH. Lives and works in Geneve, CH.
Benoît-Marie Moriceau, FR. Lives and works in Rennes, FR.
Charlotte Moth, UK. Lives and works in Paris, FR.
Tove Storch, DK. Lives and works in Copenhagen, DK.

They have been selected among 151 applications from more than 30 countries.

Jury members:
Kathy Alliou, visual arts advisor for the French Ministry of Culture
Etienne Bernard, Fieldwork: Marfa research program manager for ESBA Nantes Metropole
Jeroen Boomgaard, Fieldwork: Marfa research program manager for Gerrit Rietveld Academie
Yann Chateigné Titelman, Fieldwork: Marfa research program manager for HEAD-Genève
Zoe Gray, curator, Witte de With contemporary art center, Rotterdam 
Theo Tegelaers, senior curator, SKOR Foundation for Art and Public Domain, Amsterdam

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