Tania Candiani, Landscape Sound Amplifier. Exoplanet Lot, Saint Cirq Lapopie. Organised by Maison des Arts Georges et Claude Pompidou. Photo Yohann Gozard

Between 14 and 25 June Delfina Foundation will host two MA students, Kadir Karababa and Anne-Marte Eidseth Rygh, as part of the MA Arts and Place course at Dartington Arts School.

Convened by Dr Jo Joelson, Dartington’s Arts and Place course is comprised of a six-week timetabled teaching period on-site at Dartington Trust, located on a 1200 acre estate near Totnes, followed by three 10-day placements with a network of art residencies across the UK – including alongside Delfina Foundation: Allenheads Contemporary Arts, artdotearth, Cornubian Arts & Science Trust (CAST), Outlandia, OVADA, Peacock Visual Arts, and Watershed Pervasive Media Studio.

Engaging in Delfina Foundation’s current thematic programme, Collecting as Practice, the students will enter into exchange with Delfina Foundation’s international residents and UK associates, participate in the group residency activities, receive mentoring from the Foundation’s staff, and carry out their own research.