The WAFF is an artist residency and exchange programme developed by Daniel Hüttler and Iris Fabre with a duration of 10 days. The concept of the summer residency is to promote low-threshold and simple artistic exchange between the artistic spheres of France and Austria.


We invite artists to a house in the countryside (outside the urban centres). Each of the invited guests had the task of preparing a workshop, a lecture, a choreography or another kind of group activity for one of the 10 days we spent together. 10 artists gather in a creative and open laboratory to experiment with collective art forms. The main aim of WAFF is to create a space where the paradigms of the class structure of art education are questioned, by bringing together artists from different backgrounds and artistic directions we want to learn from each other and develop strategies that favour such learning.



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