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12. Internationale Biennale Cuenca, 2014

28. März - 27. Juni 2014, Ecuador. Kurator: Jacopo Crivelli Visconti; Assistenzkuratorin: Manuela Moscoso; 42 Künstler und Gruppen. Vorinformation.
Jan 2014

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The 12th Bienal de Cuenca is conceived as an open thought process, in which the artworks form different thematic constellations by emphasizing a set of independent, yet equally interrelated concepts. The Bienal's conceptual nuclei have to do with issues that are not only relevant for contemporary artistic production, but also for society as a whole, particularly in the historically and culturally stimulating context of Ecuador and of Cuenca, more specifically.

The title of the exhibition is based on the Ecuadorian expression "ir para volver" ("leaving to return"), which describes a physical and temporary absence (frequently even without a definite duration). While highlighting the state of movement as the key aspect of many artworks and practices included in the exhibition, this expression also situates the 12th Bienal de Cuenca in the undefined field of speech, emphasizing the importance of dialogue and of the mixture of apparently distant, disparate, and even opposed forms of knowledge. Leaving to Return signals an ongoing dialogue that takes place far away from the rigidity of strict and polished discourses and ultimately delves into life itself.


(Aus Informationen der Biennale Cuenca)

12. Internationale Biennale Cuenca, 2014

28. März - 27. Juni 2014
Cuenca, Ecuador

Kurator: Jacopo Crivelli Visconti

Assistenzkuratorin: Manuela Moscoso

42 Künstler und Gruppen


Fundación Municipal Bienal de Cuenca

Simón Bolívar 13 - 89 y Estévez de Toral

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