GREY CUBE PROJECTS is a curator-led initiative that aims to become an itinerant site for artistic experimentation; which forges a creative network around manifestations of collective execution. Consequently, ongoing participation, knowledge sharing, and cross-disciplinary collaborations between artistic, scientific research and practice are the grounds on which GREY CUBE PROJECTS’ programs will be built.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS is an independent curatorial art project that is emerging as a springboard for experimentation, across participation and development of transdisciplinary projects.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS is also a nonprofit initiative whose concerns are different from commercial galleries, in terms of weaving and conceptualizing art. Our projects are focused on promoting creative processes differing from those methodological conventions proposed by commercial institutions.

For the opening and the first two curated exhibitions of 2015 (Non-Organic Life and ArtFutura: Collective Intelligence), we assembled the participation of 34 local and international artists, including some artistic groups, that were invited to create site-specific installations within GREY CUBE PROJECTS‘ edifice. The purpose of doing these site-specific interventions was to make creative behaviours visible.

We believe that displaying different artistic methodologies and attitudes will nourish the body of work in our space.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS‘ ethos identifies with the practices of the invited artists, therefore, our curatorial proposals differ from white cube displaying formats; we also understand the participation of each artist, such as inserts. All interventions made by the artists are by definition contributions to our project.

International visibility is another of GREY CUBE PROJECTS‘ interests. For this reason, we have created a space for artistic residencies, allowing us to make cultural exchanges with similar spaces elsewhere.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS provides accommodation and studio space to our residents, to generate an active interaction with the Colombian art scene.



//Creative Programs//

Thinking and Experimentation Laboratories: These activities converge various disciplines and knowledge to foster dynamic intellectual discussions, utilizing interaction between technical and practical resources to develop conceptual art dialogues. The laboratories prompt reflection on topics such as Guerrilla Gardening, Permaculture, and ecological robotics, among others.

In our inaugural stage, we aim to initiate the following laboratories:

  • Mediatic Painting
  • Creative Writing
  • Philosophy in Action
  • Sonic Art
  • Programming and Numerical Experimentation

Collective Creation Laboratories: In collaboration with art schools and research centres, GREY CUBE PROJECTS facilitates experimental laboratories, promoting transdisciplinary creation. These laboratories aim to enhance intellectual skills and thinking practices.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS provides the space for the experimental laboratory, while strategic allies produce educational materials. Participants are exempt from registration fees through grant systems funded by public art institutions and corporate contributions.

Artist Residency Program:

Our residencies are open to interdisciplinary artists.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS is an autonomous project offering a platform for various training alignments, with international artist participation. We seek to disseminate emerging artistic practices within the local context, encouraging cross-disciplinary projects and inviting creators from diverse areas of knowledge to enrich our community.

GREY CUBE PROJECTS Residencies are divided into three types:

A. Direct Invitation: Artists, curators, and cultural agents are invited by GREY CUBE PROJECTS to conduct field research, culminating in social activities where the results are presented to the community. This modality is part of our curated activities, funded by GCP and its cultural ally.

B. Open Call: An international open call is launched to track emerging creators. Accommodation and studio space are provided free of charge by GCP, while artists cover airfare through mobility grants. Sponsorship from galleries, museums, or cultural institutions is required.

C. Resident in Studio (Self-funded residency): This modality allows the resident to finance their research or creative project independently. GREY CUBE PROJECTS provides accommodation and studio space, curatorial assistance, and organizes socialization activities with universities and art spaces.

Art Talks:

GREY CUBE PROJECTS hosts talks featuring local and international art personalities, facilitating discussions and presentations to the domestic community. Topics have a specialized approach, aiming to generate debates on contemporary art practices.


GREY CUBE PROJECTS offers internships to students from various art backgrounds in the following modalities:

  • Cultural Press
  • Public Relations
  • Social Media
  • Publications

Interns undertake tasks such as media connections, organizing networking events, managing social media platforms, and contributing to art publications documenting GREY CUBE PROJECTS’ annual activities.