[artinfo] Seismopolite Journal: The future of the biennial

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Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics issue 6 out now!

The future of the biennial: Experimental places to reinvent political space?

Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics

How can biennials become experimental 'sites' to 
rethink the relationship between art and 
politics, without lending themselves too easily 
to the confines of the contemporary art market 
and neoliberal political geography? While 
biennials are often criticized for subjecting 
themselves to urban/ regional marketing 
strategies, they are also defended as valuable 
places for the formation of new alliances among 
art scenes of the 'periphery', that are today 
steadily changing the global art map. How does 
this development affect the possibility of 
contemporary art to reflect and influence local 

Seismopolite issue 6 includes texts by Belinda 
Grace Gardner, Rafal Niemojewski, Atsuhide Ito, 
Federica Martini, Emily Putnam, Gitanjali Dang & 
Christoph Schenker, Jeanine Griffin & Jan 
Verwoert, Marie Egger, Kathryn Floyd, Zoe 
Charaktinou & Alkisti Efthymiou and Natalia 

Issue 6: <http://www.seismopolite.com/>www.seismopolite.com
Back issues: 

nfo at seismopolite.com
Paal Andreas Bøe
Phone: +4797788597

Postal address:
P. A. Bøe/ Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics
NO-7533 Kopperå

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