Kenneth Moreno Kierman spent three months (September–November 2022) in Herleen for a residency at Greylight Projects, part of the Borderland Residencies programme (https://borderland-residencies.eu). He was selected together with Ben Weir by a committee consisting of Mona Steinhaeusser (artist, alumni Borderland Residencies), Joep Vossebeld (director Odapark, Venray) and Roy Voragen (Greylight Projects) in the context of the Autumn Residencies open call.
"Kenneth Moreno Kierman asks how does research reach and engage audiences? How can research make use of new media and technologies? Does research necessarily have to culminate in a book or essay or are there other means? Kenneth wonders whether the location of Greylight Projects, near the Brunssummerheide, would also be interesting for his work, which is very often inspired by elements of the rural environment. He would like to continue his research and focus on water and fountains as subjects. Water, rivers, oceans as a medium for movement and also water as a medium in itself, something that drips, flows, evaporates."