à l'oeuvre ! Production Support Program

In 2021 Lafayette Anticipations continues its commitment to contemporary creation by renewing "À l'œuvre!", a production residency for all creators.

Through a new call for projects, five applications will be selected for a two-month residency on the Fondation's premises, enabling artists and creators to design, develop and produce a work or an edition, thanks to the provision of a grant of 1500 euros, a fleet of machines and the support of the institution's team of professionals.

In 2020, for its first edition, the programme welcomed 8 artists and collectives, who were able to produce a wide variety of projects in the fields of fashion, design, scenography, sculpture, publishing, video and performance. Discover the laureates and the projects of the 2020 edition À l'œuvre ! ↻ 

Spread out in our building, the various machines allow to produce the works of the residents on the spot. In the basement of the Foundation are the wood and metal workshops, the painting booth, 3D acrylic and ceramic printing, laser engraving and cutting, as well as CNC milling and plotting. On the third floor, the publishing workshop is used for printing and assembling works. Riso printing is one of the specific features of the Fondation's publishing practice. The workshop is also equipped for large-format and digital printing, creasing, assembly, paper cutting and glued square spine binding. These are all techniques and know-how that we are keen to put at the service of the works and artists.

 

Call for projects 2021

Conditions

  • 5 applications will be selected for an 8-week residency; i.e. one artist will be hosted every two months for one year (excluding July and August).
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • The support conditions for each project will be defined with the team during meetings prior to the residency. 
  • Complete application to be sent before 3 January 2021 midnight.
  • Results communicated on January 25, 2021
  • First residence: from 1 March 2021

Resources

  • Access to the production and publishing workshops
  • Support of the production team: Production Manager, Production Manager, Workshop Manager
  • A grant of €2000
  • A single room in a flat located near Lafayette Anticipations (excluding Ile-de-France residents)

Application form

  • Description of the proposed project (3000 signs maximum + 3 images maximum)
  • Full CV and portfolio (10 pages maximum)
  • Application form to fill in (download PDF here
  • Name the complete folder "NAME_FIRST_NAME_ATELIER_2021".


The file must be returned by e-mail to the following address: aloeuvre@lafayetteanticipations.com.

For any further information, please write to aloeuvre@lafayetteanticipations.com.

Incomplete files will not be processed.

Machines available

4-axis CNC

  • Machinable volume 3-axis: 3000 x 2000 x 450 mm
  • Machinable volume 4 axes: 2000 x 700 x 700 mm
  • Machinable materials: wood, machinable foam (polyurethane, LAB)

Woodworking

  • Sliding table saw, surface planer, sanding station, band saw, power tools (cutting, sanding assembly)

3D Prototyping

  • Polymer industrial Wasp 2040 printer (circular printing volume 400 x 200 x 200 mm) 
  • Printer 2040 Clay (circular print volume 400 x 200 x 200 mm)
  • Earthenware printing: clay, stoneware, porcelain
  • Vertical-loading ceramic kiln (volume 70 L for earth firing) 

Laser cutting and engraving

  • Gravotech LS 1000 (useful dimensions: 1200 x 620 mm; power 80W)

Metalwork

  • MIG welding station
  • Manual plasma torch (cutting)
  • Saw cutter for cutting steel bars
  • Column drilling machine

Publishing

  • Risograph MF9350 (A3) and SF5030 (A4)
  • Xerox C60 Fiery (SRA3) digital (laser) press
  • Latex plotter HP 315 + cutting plotter (135 cm)
  • Photo printer Epson P5000 (A2/43 cm)
  • Colour proofing solution (Minolta FD9 and Efi ES2000 spectros)
  • Friction sorter 10 compartments 
  • Semi-automatic shearer
  • Binder
  • 1 point electric saddle stapler
  • A3 Folder
  • Bookbinding press in intaglio 50/120cm
  • Frezal double feed sewing machine (Singer sewing)

Laureates 2020

Discover the laureates and the projects of the 2020 edition À l'œuvre ! ↻ 

With Teddy Sanches, Sebastian A. De Ruffray (SEVALI), Elvire Caillon and Léonard Martin, Christelle Oyiri, Emilie Pitoiset, Clara Pacotte and Charlotte Houette (EAAPES), Paul Heintz and Agata Ingarden.