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2021 ONLINE Residencies

Natalie Ball & 
Philip Samartzis

This year the Foundation will experiment with a new format for our residency and exhibition programme that will act as a response to creating art, climate discourse and building community during the time of social distancing.

We have invited Native American mixed media artist Natalie Ball and Australian sound artist Philip Samartzis to consider the theme of WATER from afar through online residencies.

Their research and work will reflect a wide range of topics such as sustainability, rights, climate, mythology, history, science, politics and more.
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The Verbier 3-D Foundation

We are a small dynamic Foundation that supports artists working out of their comfort zones to develop new work around environmentalism.
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2021 Online Beta Residency with Natalie Ball

In 2021 the Foundation will experiment with a new format for our Residency Programme that will act as a response to creating art and building community during the time of social distancing. From using Instagram as a sketchbook to online open discussions and virtual happenings - the 2021 Residency with Native American artist Natalie Ball will exist in […]

Virtual Verbier Art Summit

The Verbier 3-D Foundation is proud to continue our support and collaboration with the Verbier Art Summit.  From 29 to 30 January 2021, the Summit will celebrate its fifth edition continuing around the important theme: RESOURCE HUNGRY - Our Cultured Landscape and its Ecological Impact  Next year a new format will also take form as the virtual Verbier […]

Online Panel Discussions

Join us for two online open discussions surrounding the themes of the exhibition and global experience of The Great Pause ... How are artists living and creating during this time? What is the role of art in times of pandemic? What is their current personal reflection on the world around them? How has their practice been affected? […]