Jean-Marie Casbarian was selected to participate in the Process Space Residency with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. She will be in residence from late August to December 2014 on Governor’s Island in New York.
Process Space provides intensive, project-based studio residencies, including opportunities for audience development, for mid-career and established artists and arts groups working across all disciplines. Process Space residencies are comprised of exclusive, concentrated time in dedicated space that ranges from two to six weeks for projects developed in a rehearsal space with a dance floor to three to five months for projects developed in a studio or office space.
Process Space is committed to addressing a unique need artists have, at a more established career-stage, for dedicated space to develop projects at home in New York City. Across disciplines, artists have sought out development and rehearsal spaces as well as resources in other cities and countries around the world, causing them to take their artistic practices, collaborations, and innovations away from New York City. With these conditions and matters in mind, Process Space specifically supports artists who are developing work for performance, exhibition, or publication at a New York-based presenting venue, gallery, arts organization, or press.