HomeBase Project is a nomadic site-specific artist-in-residency and research program exploring the notion of home, operating at the axis of contemporary art, social innovation and meaningful urban change. HomeBase seeks to challenge the role artists play in shaping their surrounding, raising new possibilities for social, communal, educational and civic awareness in everyday urban life.
HomeBase Project was founded in 2006 in NYC by Artist and Curator Anat Litwin. Over the years it has inhabited buildings in changing urban neighborhoods in New York, Berlin and Jerusalem, transforming vacant sites into vital homes for artistic experimentation and cross cultural exchange in collaboration with diverse communities of artists, local residents, educators and social change agents, anchored in seeking possibilities for linking art and everyday living through home.
Towards celebrating the first decade of HomeBase Project we are glad to announce that HB Project has been selected to be part of the New Saitama Triennale taking place in 2015 & 2016. We are moving on to a new continent and new city, and will begin HB Saitama in Nov 2015. We invite you to follow us on our journey home.