Residency Programme: Glandŵr Cymru – Canal & River Trust in Wales
A three-year programme of artist residencies across Wales and Europe curated by Addo on behalf of Glandŵr Cymru – Canal & River Trust in Wales. These seven residencies were exploratory and research based, giving an opportunity for artists and curators in Wales to undertake a creative investigation of ideas, people and places while based at some amazing spaces.
2014 – 2017
Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice, Italy; River Emscher, Ruhr, Germany; Oriel Davies, Newtown, Powys; Chapter, Cardiff; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Wrexham; Trefor Basin, Wrexham; Llanymynech Lime Kilns; Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal; Montgomery Canal; YMCA, Swansea.
Glandŵr Cymru – Canal & River Trust in Wales
Arts Council of Wales, GlandŵrCymru Canal & River Trust in Wales, Emscher Kunst, Oriel Davies, Chapter, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Bevilacqua la Masa
Mo Abd-Ulla, Nicky Coutts, Andrew Dodds, Alan Goulbourne, Mair Hughes, Cheon Pyo Lee, Dan Rees
Arts Council for Wales
Image: Artist Nicky Coutts Filming 'Canal Opera' at Trevor Basin, Wrexham.
Image: 'After Gastineau', Andrew Dodds, 2016.
© Andrew Dodds.
Image: 'The 19th Pier for Pontcysyllte Aqueduct 1805 - 2016', Mo Abd-Ulla, 2016.
© the artist - Mo Abd-Ulla, photograph Dave Jones.
Image: 'Invisible Canal' and 'Local Saints and Global Ghosts' 2016/17 (foreground), Cheon Pyo Lee, in collaboration with Zeynab Izadayar, 2016.
© the artist Cheon Pyo Lee, photograph Dave Jones.
Image: 'Tree Bench', Alan Goulbourne, 2015.
© the artist - Alan Goulbourne.
Image: 'Firebox (Wither Bound?)' Mair Hughes, 2017.
© the artist Mair Hughes, photograph Dave Jones.
Image: Still image from ‘The Capitalocene’ by Dan Rees and Per Törnberg, 2017.
© the artists Dan Rees and Per Törnberg
Image: Oriel Davies Exhibition 'Navigations – Art as Research', 2017.
© Addo & Oriel Davies, photograph Dave Jones.