The Kammari Residency’s general aim is to bring together contemporary art and academic research in natural settings with experimentation on environmentally sustainable forms of living.
In terms of documentation and publications we aim to create and support continuous long term research, critical dialogue and public exhibition of politically significant research combined with contemporary arts.
On a social level we aim to bring artists, philosophers, researcher and writers together and develop international partnerships with individuals, organisations, research centres and universities.
Materially we aim to create an affordable, rural and materially sustainable space to work in. The residency house is an old stone house built mainly with traditional methods and materials. These surroundings are combined to possibilities of working with contemporary tools. The hosue is surrounded by several unique ecosystems of the Troodos mountain area (more info about the village in The village and its ecosystems).
We are building accessibility with our limited resources. There is a new ramp up to the house, however the ramp is very steep. In questions about accessibility, please contact: residency (at) kammari.org.
The residency is administered by a non-profit association Kammari – elävän filosofian ja taiteen ry, registered in Helsinki.