The CDH Artist-in-Residence (AiR) program promotes artistic research and experimentation by forging ties between the humanities, art, science and technology. Through this program, artists complete a three-twelve-month residency at the CDH, working closely with EPFL labs’ scientists and students.
Selected artists have access to the EPFL cutting-edge engineering, infrastructure and materials, thereby enabling intense experimentation with new forms of expression, evolving new features for their work. At the end of the residency, the artists present their work in a public exhibition or event held at EPFL Pavilions, showcasing the synergies that can be achieved between art and science.
The AiR Program is led by CDH Direction, and it is operated by EPFL Pavilions.