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Garage Digital Grant Winners 2021/2022 Announced

Date
20 Aug 2021

 

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art has selected the winners of the Garage Digital 2021/2022 grant program in support of artists. 

They are:

Alice Bucknell (UK)

Ivan Kurbakov (Russia)

Sahil Naik (India)

Anna Tagantzeva-Kobzeva (Russia)

Atractor Studio (Colombia)

 

Between June 12 and August 5, 2021 applications were received from over 200 artists from countries including Argentina, the UK, Germany, India, Canada, China, Colombia, the Netherlands, Russia, and the USA.

Due to the large number of applications, the program team decided to provide additional support for the project of Masha Danzis (Russia).

Each winner will receive a budget for the implementation of their proposed project and the opportunity to publish it on the Garage Digital online platform.

The Garage Digital grant program in support of artists aims to support and develop projects, artworks, and theoretical research driven by an interest in new technologies and media. The 2021/2022 grant program was entitled Situated Worlds.

Garage Digital grant program expert council:

 

Lika Kareva, teacher, philosopher (Moscow)

Maria Kramar, curator, V–A–C Foundation (Moscow)

Michael Connor, Artistic Director, Rhizome online platform (New York)

Nikita Nechaev, Garage Digital curator of research, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art (Moscow)

Anastasia Chebotareva, Garage Digital research and project manager, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art (Moscow)

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