With the title Meia-
Since 2015, Anozero has been organized by the Círculo de Artes Plásticas de Coimbra (CAPC), the City Council of Coimbra, and the University of Coimbra. For the first time, the biennial is developed in two parts and extends until 2022: Meia-
The title Meia-
Inspired by the night, the curators will explore different territories with the aim of developing the concept of fluidity of thought, searching to find possibilities beyond the dichotomies that have been, and continue to be, violently imposed by Western culture. At Anozero’21–22 Meia-
This first exhibition-
Besides the curatorial research and the exhibition circuit, Anozero expands into three other different programmes: Converging, Activation, and Publishing. The Converging Programme hosts a set of parallel activities proposed by artists and artistic structures, aiming to deepen the research on the central theme but also representing an opportunity to strengthen ties with local production. The Activation Programme incites dialogues between different communities and is based on activities such as guided tours, workshops, and open classes, which mediate and encourage interactions between the public, artists, and the artworks. Publishing is a component of particular importance, encompassing the editing of the guide and the catalogue of the Biennial, which compiles, among others, visual essays based on the research of the participating artists.
Exhibition 27 November 2021 -
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