A New Approach

Nomadic residencies for artists and researchers

Becomebecome non-for-profit programmes blend transdisciplinary residencies, exhibitions, creative incubators and art immersion in local communities. Our process-based approach to learning, knowledge, and creativity is Syncretic and combines different beliefs, practices and schools of thought. It is Holistic and integrates information that kindles the rational mind in a space that includes other aspects of the personality.

We propose Bodywork and movement-based exercises to activate the intelligence of the body. We use Dreamwork to access transpersonal information from the subconscious and integrate it to our creative practice. We research Cybernetics and Cognitive Science to advance innovation and creativity beyond repetitive behavioural and cognitive patterns. 

Our projects are always collaborative and include experts from various fields recruited for each unique Becomebecome event.

We are particularly committed to including the following elements in our events:

  • An original cross-sector collaboration between academia, the art sector, local organisations, and social entrepreneurs. This creates positive outcome for the participants and the community where Becomebecome takes place. 

  • A process-based, fluid, evolving and adaptable model that leverages scientific research and empirical evidence

  • A holistic peer-to-peer learning methodology based on group-dynamics and original workshops

  • Connecting individuals and institutions from different countries to transform cultural prejudice while capitalising on local talent and unique regional heritage.

Becomebecome events initiate a process for the creation of new knowledge that continues beyond each residency.

Through our original approach and multiplier events, we strive to distribute the tools and language necessary for each participant to develop new becomebecome events with their own original ideas.

We encourage all projects in connection to Becomebecome events to follow the

open-source and Creative Commons guidelines.