LATITUDE welcomes approximately one artist in residence per month to the lab each year. Lab staff act as artists' consultants, technical advisors, and assistants, helping bring specific projects and bodies of work to completion. In return, artists are asked to be active as both resources and mentors to the LATITUDE community, sharing their insights and creative methods. The goal of the residency program is to further LATITUDE's mission of promoting creative collaboration between our members and the wider art and photographic communities.

LATITUDE holds an open call for residency proposals once per year. The next call will take place in the late summer/early fall of 2017, with the goal of selecting residents for 2018.


Claudia Weber, April 2017 |

Claudia Weber is a German artist who currently works between Chicago and New York, where her mixed-media projects have been featured at White Columns, Thierry Goldberg, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, and Wave Hill, among other venues. She has also shown nationally and internationally, including Vox Populi, Philadelphia; Inés Barrenechea Gallery, Madrid; Croxhapox, Ghent; 5533 Space, Istanbul; and Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin. In 2009 Weber was the recipient of the Workspace Residency at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) in New York, and in 2011 she became a fellow at the MacDowell Colony. More recently she was awarded a Travel and Study Grant by the Jerome Foundation, and a project grant by the Puffin Foundation.

Over the last years Weber has expanded her art practice, which now includes an ongoing photographic observation of New York’s Financial District. She is also the founding editor of Plot, an online platform dedicated to the narrative networks of images, which was launched in 2015:

Check out Claudia's blog post for a Q+A and more information on her work!