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2022 Residency

Fragmentin

How will future archaeologists study us? Will our considerations on issues such as digitalization and the climate crisis last ? What traces will be left for future generations to remember ours ? And in which form?

The Verbier 3-D Foundation is pleased to announce Swiss artist collective Fragmentin as our 2022 Artists-in-Residence.

The residency will focus on the development of a sculptural work examining the global topics of water and climate concerns inspired by the materials, technologies and ecological knowledge sourced from the surrounding landscape of Verbier, Switzerland.

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Swiss Post : Art in the Periphery

The Verbier 3-D Foundation is proud to announce the Swiss Post as our new supporter! We are pleased to be placed among their Art in the Periphery events which are a series of temporary, curated non-profit art events held outside urban hubs. Swiss Post has been promoting and collecting contemporary art since 1924. Today the […]

The Altis Billboard Project

This September, the Foundation will be launching The Altis Billboard Project - a public art project which invites artists to submit work to be exhibited in the form of a billboard at the Ruinettes lift station in Verbier. The works will be on display for one year focusing on the theme of WATER. The Altis Billboard Project increases the public’s access to local […]

2022 Residency: FRAGMENTIN

Image from Burningcollection.tv, 2019. Fragmentin and Lauren Huret The Verbier 3-D Foundation is pleased to announce Swiss artist collective Fragmentin as our 2022 Artists-in-Residence.  While residing within a dynamic community in the Alps, the residency will focus on the development of a sculptural work examining the global topics of water and climate concerns inspired by the materials, technologies […]