The four-week stay at Nida Art Colony provided the five researchers of Work Package 2 with an exciting environment in several ways. The exchange with artists and lecturers as well as the remote location and the surrounding nature contributed to a very inspiring setting.

During the residence, the team collaborated on a series of workshops ( which lead to a system of organically growing collaborations and exchange.

The work was presented in form of an exhibition during the “Nida Artist Residency Open Studios” which was open to the public and the community.

The show provided an opportunity to present the ArcInTexETN Program as well as the individual fields of research in relation to the exhibited artefacts while opening up the discussion about collaboration within the creative field.



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