//2Weeks is a digital residency program hosted by Floating Reverie. This month Ashley Holmes is the resident artist. //TITLE It Won’t Happen To You, So You Can Laugh //CONCEPT It Won’t Happen To You, So You Can Laugh, is a new on-going documentation work that through a process of collatingRead More →

The resident this month is Chloë Hugo-Hamman. Last year she created a range of wearable art works (You Are What You Eat) in the form of fashion items in collaboration with the local street wear label 2Bop. A portion of this range is now available in 14 of the top tier SportsceneRead More →

FAKA x OPEN TIME is a collaborative residency workshop between Johannesburg-based performative group FAKA and the OPEN TIME think tank. For the duration of two weeks the residency will be engaged in a cultural generating process that is succinctly materialized by online blogging practices; with a particular focus on contemporaryRead More →

Floating Reverie is hosting a post-digital show of the residencies and the artists that participated during 2014.////////////////////////////////////////////////////// PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Tabita Rezaire Anthea Pokroy Bianca Bondi MJ Turpin Maaike Bakker Carly Whitaker CURATORS STATEMENT: Post-Digital 2014 is a reimagining and engagement with the residencies which happened during 2014. Artists have been encouragedRead More →

The artist for this month is Tabita Rezaire. TABITA REZAIRE is a Danish-Guyanese artist-filmmaker and video curator now based in Johannesburg. She holds a Master in Artist Moving Image from Central Saint Martins College, UK. Both her research and practice focus on the political aesthetics of resistance in and throughRead More →

September’s resident was Francois Beaurain. He is a french artist  based in Paris  but traveling most of his time. Autodidact, Francois plays with several technics (drawing, photography, sculpture and collage) that he adapts to the country he’s visiting or the people he’s meeting. His work can be seen on hisRead More →

This month’s residency artist is Maaike Bakker. If you don’t know anything about the residency, please visit our residency page for more info. For the duration of two weeks (17.08.2014-31.08.2014) I will undertake the construction of a virtual monument, offering previews of the progress online, or more specifically on the digital platformsRead More →

July’s residency starts today. Joao Orecchia responds to Tegan Bristow’s residency. Joao Orecchia  Floating Processes Composer Steve Reich spoke about Music as a Gradual Process, where musical compositions are themselves processes, and sought to make these processes audible. A process in this case is a set of rules or parameters overRead More →

June and July sees a collaboration between two artists – Joao Orecchia and Tegan Bristow. June sees Tegan Bristow starts off and July sees Joao Orecchia respond. Tegan Bristow code lines “Draw a straight line and follow it” a quote by La Mont Young, the American musician and minimalist composer,Read More →