Uniarts Helsinki is set to open a Research Pavilion in May in the context of the 57th Venice Biennale. During a span of five months, the Pavilion will host three contemporary art exhibitions and over forty multidisciplinary events. Under the theme Utopia of Access, the Pavilion calls for a variety of interpretations on urgent topics of debate using experimental methods. Over a hundred artist-researchers from European art universities will introduce their own contribution to the Pavilion in the field of contemporary art, music, dance, theatre, performing arts, and curating.
Please find detailed information and contact on: researchpavilion.fi
You Gotta Say Yes to Another Access: 11 May – 2 July 2017
Curators: Jan Kaila and Henk Slager
Artists: Andrea Coyotzi Borja & Sinem Kayacan, Andre Alves, Behzad Khosravi-Noori & Rene Leon-Rosales, Bull.Miletic, Eva Weinmayr, Mireia Saladrigues, Niran Baibulat, Stacey Sacks, Tao G.V. Sambolec and Vincent Roumagnac.
Producer of the exhibition: Uniarts Helsinki
Florian Dombois: Galleria del Vento, 8 July –13 August 2017
The exhibition will include five Palaver discussions and workshops that will be held every Saturday in a Palaver-setup of the show. The artist will be present throughout the exhibition.
Producer of the exhibition: Research Focus in Transdisciplinary at Department of Cultural Analysis, Zurich University of the Arts
Hauntopia/what if: 8 September – 15 October 2017
Curators: Anette Baldauf and Renate Lorenz
Artists: Aline Benecke, Katalin Erdodi, Zsuzsi Flohr, Sílvia das Fadas, Till Gathmann, Moira Hille, Zosia Holubowska, Hristina Ivanoska, Janine Jembere, Ruth Jenrbekova, Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski, Mihret Kebede, Annette Krauss, Sandra Monterroso, Rafal Morusiewicz, Lisa Nyberg, Reading Group, Naomi Rincon-Gallardo, Masha Seligerus, Keiko Uenishi
Producer of the exhibition: Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Please find detailed information on: researchpavilion.fi/exhibitions
The Research Pavilion 2017 The Utopia of Access consists of three contemporary art exhibitions and a parallel aritstic activities called Camino Events. The Research Pavilion is created and hosted by the University of the Arts Helsinki, and realized together with the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme and the Swedish Art Universities’ collaboration Konstex in co-operation with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Zurich University of the Arts.
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There is free admission to the exhibitions and Camino events – all warmly welcome!
More will be updated soon, stay tuned!