German artist, RMIT SITUATE and RMIT Adjunct Professor Christoph Dahlhausen in conversation with Prof. David Thomas and Andrew Tetzlaff, 2015.
    Lithuanian artist and RMIT SITUATE Eglė Budvytytė’s performance work Some Were Carried, Some – Dragged Behind, a project of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2015.
    Cilau Valadez, 2016 Mexican Indigenous Artist in Residence, being welcomed to RMIT by Prof. Julian Goddard, Head of School of Art, 2016. Photography: Keelan O’Hehir.
    Cilau Valadez, 2016 Mexican Indigenous Artist in Residence, teaching yarn painting at the Australian Tapestry Workshop, 2016. Photography: Keelan O’Hehir.
    Rosalie Favell, 2016 Canadian Indigenous Art Exchange Resident, at her exhibition Facing the Camera, RMIT Project Space Gallery, 2016.
    Rosalie Favell, 2016 Canadian Indigenous Art Exchange Resident, at her exhibition Facing the Camera, RMIT Project Space Gallery, 2016. Photography: Keelan O’Hehir.
    Che-Wei Chen, 2016 Taiwanese Exchange Resident, presenting to a class, 2016.

SITUATE

Exhibitions

SITUATE (previously RMIT iAIR, the international Artist in Residence program) is a residency program for artists, curators and researchers. SITUATE connects people through art by creating onsite real-time opportunities for creative experimentation, cross-cultural dialogue and global mobility. At its core, this project believes that one of the best ways to enable and generate a great discussion is to simply shorten the physical distance between two ideas.

SITUATE manages three kinds of residencies:

  • a series of Reciprocal Residencies where we send RMIT-affiliated and Australian artists overseas and receive artists from the partner organisations;
  • ad hoc Melbourne-based Research Residencies that connect other institutions to our School; and
  • the Print Imaging Practice Residency that invites artists to engage with our students and use our facilities to develop an edition of prints for exhibition or publication

SITUATE is one of six creative projects that together form INTERSECT — a dynamic program of exhibitions, residencies, creative laboratories, talks and events. These projects consider and use contemporary art as a means of intersecting with and enriching our University community, as well as our broader local and global ones. For more information visit the INTERSECT website