In 2019 GIBCA will continue its collaboration with GIBCA Extended, a project where the art scene in Västra Götaland Region joins the international biennial in showcasing interesting contemporary art projects.
Meeting Point 2018 will take place on November 26-27, around 60 artists will have the opportunity of presenting their work during brief meetings with the invited guest curators. The aim of Meeting Point is to establish contacts between artists and curators for potential future collaborations and exhibitions.
How do artistic and curatorial practices address rising nationalism? How do contemporary artists relate to terms such as ‘home’, ‘belonging’ and ‘national identity’? The tensions that have followed the nationalist and populist waves in Europe have increased the importance of analysis and critical thinking, even in the art world.
Curious what happened to The Banned Image at Götaplatsen?
Thank you all for joining us for the 9th edition of Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, WheredoIendandyoubegin, On Secularity.
The biennial is open from 9 September – 19 November 2017
Take part in the performance every Saturday!