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In-situ Art Open Studio: Brynjar Helgason & Summa Cilem (Saturday, Oct 26, 2019. 4-7pm)

Updated: Mar 25



In-situ Art Open Studio Join us on Saturday, October 26, 2019, from 4-7 pm for an Open Studio art event with our artist-in-residence, Brynjar Helgason (Iceland, installation) and Summa Cilem (Austria, photo/video). During our monthly Open Studio, visitors are invited to chat with the artists and see what they have been working on during their artist residency. Come hang out with us for a friendly afternoon of art and beer!

Information Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019 Open Studio: 4-7 pm Address: Shun Wai Industrial Building 9th Foor Unit C. 15 Yuk Yat Street, To Kwa Wan. 土瓜灣旭日街15號順煒工業大廈9樓C室

Artist-in-residence Biographies

Brynjar Helgason "Most of my life I've spent in Reykjavík, Iceland. Having gotten my BA at the art academy here, I went abroad for further studies and working more independently (meanwhile interning at Boekie Woekie and later on companionship at Hreinn Friðfinnssons') in the Netherlands – Amsterdam. Along the way doing shows of my own and of/with others, most notably at Luca Rezzolas' Breed Art Studios and with Linda Cuglia in the neighbourhood of the Temple of Hera." Residency period: October, November 2019 Website: http://www.ryanairb.com/

Past Works:


Summa Cilem "I started to work freelance when I left university in 2018. Since then I am driven to work on my photographic and moving image projects. My moving image projects were shown at Manifest gallery in Barcelona, and Experimental Film Festival in Bogata and London." Residency period: October 2019 Website: https://www.summacilem.com/

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About In-situ

In-situ is a year-round artist residency in the heart of Hong Kong that fosters international exchange through open call applications.


In-situ is Latin for "in place". Our aim is to support artists with an experimental art practice. We are less focused on the final outcome, but rather, on the process of making, and of discovery. We also don’t ask for detailed project proposals, budgets, or schedules during the application process because we believe projects and ideas should be informed after spending time here, "in-situ".

Please visit our website: www.insituresidency.com

For additional questions please contact John: john@insituresidency.com