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Whitstable Biennale 2012


Posted on 15 Aug 2012

Whitstable Biennale is a festival of contemporary visual art. Set in the small fishing town of Whitstable, the festival features a wide range of ambitious and experimental new work in film and performance.

This year's Whitstable Biennale takes place over three weekends between 1 - 16 September, and is packed with live performances, screenings, exhibitions, talks and events.

Whitstable Biennale 2012 presents three curated programmes which unfold across the three weekends of the festival, exploring the overlap between film and performance, and presenting some of the most energised, inventive and important younger artists working in visual arts today.

Artists

Tanya Axford • Oliver Beer • Emma Bennett • Iain Boal • Tim Bromage • Chloe Cooper • Phil Coy • Shezad Dawood • Maya Deren • Benedict Drew • Angus H Braithwaite • Martin John Callanan • Tom Gidley • Emma Hart • Sam Hasler • Internet (Siân Robinson Davies & Diego Chamy) • Derek Jarman • Jesse Jones • Ben Judd • Joachim Koester • Tessa Lynch • Gareth Moore • Jenny Moore • Daniel Oliver • Performance Klub Fiskulturnik • Possibility Archive • Kieren Reed • John Smith • Tim Spooner • Patrick Staff • Cara Tolmie • Touch • Uddin & Elsey • Aaron Williamson. Most are new commissions.

Talks

Artist and writer Jeremy Millar • artist Laura Wilson • Mike Harding, BJ Nilsen & Jon Wozencroft from Touch music • choreographer Siobhan Davies & artist Marcus Coates • artist Shezad Dawood • Professor Paul Allain • Producer John Wyver.

Curators

Director: Sue Jones
Assistant Curator: Kate Phillimore.
Film Events: The Island (Victoria Brooks & Andrew Bonacina)
Performance Events: Emma Leach
Exhibitions and Talks Programme: Jeremy Millar

More information on the website www.whitstablebiennale.com




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