Somos un centro amazónico para la investigación en artes y ciencias. Ofrecemos residencias grupales e individuales para artistas. Todo dentro del contexto amazónico rural en la región de Ucayali, Perú.
We are an Amazon center for research in arts and sciences, offering residences for group and individual artists. All within the rural Amazon context in the Ucayali region in Peru.
Information Application Centro Selva 2017 English
requirements for candidates:
·Must be 21 or older
·Must have good command
of Spanish and/or English
·Must have experience
in an artistic field.
To be considered,
candidates must download this .doc file and fill in all areas:
participante in the Centro Selva Lima artist Talk
Does not cover:
·Air or bus tickets
·Medical insurance and
·Materials and tools to
carry out personal projects
international telephone calls
laundry or hot water.
·Any additional expenses.
More than 400 hectares of agricultural land livestock, pasture,
reforested areas, ponds, horses, local flora and fauna.
Native fruit tree Garden
Limited hours of electricity.
Scarce or absent internet in the residence. For emergencies, we can go
to town. Computer equipment provided by participants.
Family reception. Rural setting with primitive
housing (water and limited electricity)
·Artist talk in
·Exhibition in Pucallpa
·Invited to artist talk
in Lima Monday August 7 2017 .
The participants that would like to present a
workshop are encourage to propose one.
Residencies Individual residences individual residencies will
be accepted in different months of the
• Download the application sheet (the same one for group residencies), fill it in and attach examples of your art.
• Additionally: indicate possible months that you would be interested in visiting, specifying
for how long and whether you have an specific activities you would be
interested in developing during your stay.
• Send this information to: email@example.com
to reach us:
By plane to Lima, Peru, connecting to the
Pucallpa Airport (Capitán FAP David Abensur Rengifo Airport). The residency
location is 39 km (24 miles) from Pucallpa.
Rocio Rendon is an engraving artist graduated from ENSABAP-National Superior Autonomous School of Fine Arts of Peru (Peru's National School of Fine Arts, 1998). She has presented two solo exhibitions: Scrape and Win. Playful print in liquidation (Scratch and Win, Playful Print on sale, 2007, Artco Art Gallery, Lima) and Malestar de la Cultura (Uneasiness in culture, 2009, Artco Art Gallery, Lima).
She also took part in several collective exhibitions in Peru as well as in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Spain.
In 2008 she was awarded with the MOLAA International Prize for Painting and Two-Dimentional Mixed Media.
Previously, she won the first prize of the XXVII ICPNA-Instituto Peruano Norteamericano's Engraving Hall (Peruvian North American Cultural Institute, 1997, Lima)…
Annika Kappner (1980 Berlin, DE) explores possibilities of sensory composition combining painting, installation, sculpture, sound, and performance. Her work is interested in the evolution of consciousness, the shifting perception of (self) image in relation to mental patterns and the underlying forces that shape their systemic counterparts in nature, visual arts, technology, and science. She seeks to add experiential perspectives to the contemporary relation between human, nature, and technology; addressing concepts of non-duality and otherness, to explore alternatives to the capitalist, exploitative structures of thinking and being. Her work has been presented, among others, at Kunstfort Vijfhuizen (NL), Marres House for Contemporary Art Maastricht (NL), National Museum of Natural History, Menton (FR), Wallace Museum (UK), Victoria and Albert Museum (UK) and Brian Morris Gallery (NY).
During her residency she worked in her research project Latent Colours of the Future Mind II that exp…
Latent Colours of the Future Mind II Performance Lecture
During her residency, Annika furthered her research on the human desires for connection and control as opposing ends of one spectrum. Latent Colours of the Future Mind II looks at the multi-modal experience of connection within Shipibo-Conibo culture and contemporary fantasies of Artificial Intelligence as an omnipotent force.
She presented the results of her residency at Centro Selva as a performance lecture. Through a guided meditation she invited the participants to explore the sensorial dimension related to our desires for connection and control.
Annika (1980 Berlin, DE) explores possibilities of sensory composition combining painting, installation, sculpture, sound, and performance. Her work is interested in the evolution of consciousness, the shifting perception of (self) image in relation to mental patterns and the underlying forces that shape their systemic counterparts in nature, visual arts, technology, and science. Sh…