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Cross-Hatchings: Perth–New Delhi Residency

Cross-Hatchings: Perth–New Delhi Residency

In 2024 PICA will commence a partnership with Khoj, a not-for-profit contemporary arts organisation based in New Delhi, India that is committed to supporting emerging, experimental and transdisciplinary creative practices and pedagogies. Both partners will host a mid-career artist for six weeks, responding to the particular thematic of the residency and with a preferred interest in community-responsive modalities. PICA’s partnership with Khoj enables artists to develop their work in new cultural contexts, building global networks and sharing their projects with new audiences.   

Both partners will host a mid-career artist for 6 weeks responding to the particular thematic of the residency and with a preferred interest in community-responsive modalities. 

Applications close on 23 October 2023 at 5pm, with successful applicants notified by mid-November. 

City and Country

New Delhi, India

About Khōj

Khōj is a not-for-profit contemporary arts organisation based in New Delhi. Through international, on-site, off-site and often hyper-local programs and residencies, Khoj supports and incubates experimental and transdisciplinary creative practices that look at art and its various intersections with other disciplines such as gender, urbanisms, ecology and technology.  

The residency at Khōj provides time and space to artists to engage, respond and present their work in a historical socio-economic context, encouraging inclusivity, participation and artistic intervention in small but palpable ways. The residency acts as a platform for dialogue, supporting the development of personal artistic practices while building a network of interdisciplinary artists.




Residency Dates

Six weeks between mid-March – mid-May 2024

Residency Focus

The Khōj International Residency welcomes three international mid-career artists and one Indian artist onsite at the same time. The focus of this residency is to build a cohort of practitioners interested in the field of expanded craft, design and technology. Craft or crafting refers to the ways in which an object comes into form. Materiality, skill, repetition, tradition and historicity are core considerations in the process of crafting an object. Sharing histories with craft-based knowledge, design discourse articulates function and intention to objects, systems and environments. Technology – through the evolution of tools, machines and the digital – has played a significant role in the evolution of craft and design, making new contexts and transpiring new innovations. Through this residency, Khoj wishes to host critical artistic practices that situate the entanglement of craft and design in an ever-changing technological milieu.  

Type of Studio

Own studio along with the use of a space for film screenings and/or events. 


Shared living space with 3 bedrooms, a kitchenette, a lounge and a courtyard surrounded on all sides by independent studio facilities available to residents.  


Wifi, basic tools available to be shared with other residents, artist library, media lab with photography equipment, sound recording, mixing desks, and video editing software. 


Logistical support from staff, facilitated connections with local arts professionals, programming towards the residency, bringing in knowledge partners and interlocutors as required, promotion of open studio. 

Opportunities to Present Work

Open studio event 

Expectation of Artists

Artist talk/open studio event 

Nearest International Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport 

Supported by North Metropolitan TAFE & Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries through a Sector Development Grant.