The Lahore Biennale Foundation (LBF) and the Goethe-Institut, in further collaboration with Vasl, Pakistan, launched an open call in May 2016, for an eight-week artist residency, seeking two Germany-based artists and/or researchers interested in cross-disciplinary theory and practice related to cities and urban phenomena. Karachi and Lahore were chosen to ... More
17-19 July, 2016 With the aim to discuss copyrights, intellectual property, and information sharing in light of art and law in Pakistan, a three-day workshop was organized as part of Urbanities.
In 2015, the residency focused on the concept of Metropolis and the multifaceted and ever-evolving dynamics of urban culture. The city acted as a ‘model’ for the investigation of different parallels present within an urban setting and its subsequent effect on the community. The findings of such an exploration culminated ... More
The Theertha Artists Collective, with support from the Lahore Biennale Foundation (LBF), invited two artists from Pakistan to participate in the international performing platform Borderlines in Colombo. Borderlines saw multiple performances in Borella, on March 16, 2015, as a result of a weeklong residency. Participating performance artists were encouraged to ... More