This event of multidimensional contemporaneous culture was a platform for new tendencies and also a rendezvous point for young artists throughout the world at which they could share their creative experiences. The exhibition was a work in progress, thus mirroring the constant development by which the creative process is carried out, presenting a conjunction of visual art, experimentalism, contemporary techniques and technological resources. Viewers were able to access the newest pieces of art as well as the diverse languages involved in them through movies and audiovisual pieces, music concerts, multimedia, visual arts installations, sculptures, paintings, performances, workshops and lectures. The exhibition featured the work of more than 200 national and international artists, including Mark Jenkins, Maya Hayuk, Krink, Kit Webster, Ryoichi Kurokawa, Robert Seidel, Fuck Buttons, Tunng, Sin Fang Bous, Isan, Koen Delaere, Lucy McRae, Max Hattler, Yochai Matos and Tofer Chin, among others. Curated by David Quilles Guilló.
Dates and Places:
Museu da Imagem e do Som, São Paulo, SP – Jul. to Aug. 2010
Fundação Casa França-Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ and Escola de Artes Visuais Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro, RJ – Mar. to Apr. 2011
Cinemateca Brasileira, São Paulo, SP – Sept. to Oct. 2011
Total viewers: 60,000