artist network

  • Residencies

    This international art residency is addressed to visual artists, performers, dancers and theatre practitioners.   Greece has become an experiment for political readjustments in Europe. This art residency gives the chance to experience the “real thing”, to meet Greek artists and the huge network of Vyrsodepseio and to collaborate with them and finally to create original art and to present it in Vyrsodepseio.   Vyrsodepseio provides housing  (in Vyrsodepeio itself), … [...]

  • Artist Network

    VYRSODEPSEIO is an independent space for the arts, for artists/ by artists. VYRSODEPSEIO is an old tannery, a space, where animal skin was torn off. The art produced there, tries to keep that tradition alive. In times, when Greece has become a project, -an experiment, -a work in progress (progress? - or regress?), our work is inevitably an experimental project in progress... VYRSODEPSEIO is a pool of people, who work together, and then part. People from different disciplines (theatre, music, dan… [...]

  • International Networking

    Vyrsodepseio plays a leading part at the International Networking of Greek Artists. Indicatively: Α) Vyrsodepseio is an official member of IETM (International network for the contemporary performing arts) and of TEH (Trans Europe Halles) Trans Europe Halles is a European network of independent cultural centres that brings together about 50 multidisciplinary cultural centres and20 friend organisations all around Europe. As a network, Trans Europe Halles provides a dynamic forum for… [...]

  • Past Residencies

    Residency 2014: Juliana Kase and Cadós Sanchez (São Paulo- Brazil) Statement about the process By Juliana Kase and Cadós Sanchez Reliefs- walking through languages started in May 2014 during the Art Residency Program at Vyrsodepseio in Athens, Greece. For both as foreign artists, illiteracy in Greek interrupted our direct access to the local culture, leading us to investigate not only western language restrictions but artistic language boundaries. In our wanderings thro… [...]