Aargauer Kuratorium Residency
Dominique Müller studied documentary film in the video department of the University of Lucerne (Design & Fine Arts) and completed a Master of Fine Arts in the field of contemporary arts practice at the University of Berne in Switzerland. During his education and early work, he spent periods of time in Cape Town, Paris, Berlin and Sydney. Dominique works in a studio called ‘the Woods’ in Zurich and is represented by SCHAU ORT Christiane Büntgen, Zurich.
Dominique’s immersive video installations have been presented in major museums throughout Europe including Museum Schunck, Heerlen, Netherlands, Grimmwelt und documenta Stadt Kassel, Schwules Museum, Berlin, Jüdisches Museum, Berlin, Gefüge, Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden and Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich.
Aargauer Kuratorium, Switzerland
Aargauer Kuratorium has worked in partnership with Acme to develop and provide a London-based artists' residency since 1999. Based in Bow, E3, the residency enables a wide spectrum of practitioners connected with the Canton of Aargau, Switzerland, to undertake two six month long work/live residencies per year. Artist application and selection are conducted directly by Aargauer Kuratorium.
For further information and application details see ag.ch/kuratorium