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Screen City Biennial – Migrating Stories  curated by Daniela Arriado (CL/NO) and Tanya Toft Ag (DK).
Screen City Biennial in Stavanger, the first Nordic Biennial dedicated to the expanded moving image in public space, returns in October for its third edition (previously Screen City Festival 2013 and 2015). Entitled Migrating Stories, the 2017 Biennial presents expanded moving image artworks from a broad international range of artists dealing with current complexities relating to migration. Artworks reflect upon journeys, diaspora and post-colonialism, transformation of place, and ‘alien’ realities. Artworks also address topics surrounding a post-oil future and migration in relation to climate change.

Artists:
Budhaditya Chattopadhyay (IN) / Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo (KOR/US) / Dana Levy (ISR) / David Blandy (UK) / Duncan Speakman (UK) / Enrique Ramírez (CL) / Eric Corriel (US) / Evangelia Kranioti (GR) / HC Gilje (NO) / John Cleater (US) / John Craig Freeman (US) / Larry Achiampong (UK/GH) / Lodovica Guarnieri (T) / Lorenzo Gerbi (IT) / Lotic (US) / Marcel Odenbach (DE) / Marcus Neustetter (SA) / Margarida Paiva (PT/NO) / Maria von Hausswolff (SE) / Matti Aikio (NO/FI/SAMI) / Mirelle Borra (NL) / Olivia McGilchrist (JM/FR) / Rona Yefman (ISR) / Sam Wolson (US) / Shezad Dawood (UK) / Søren Thilo Funder (DK) / Tanja Schlander (DK) / Telcosystems (NL) / Tobias Zielony (DE) / Transforma (DE) / Trevor Snapp (US/KE) / Utopian Union (International) / Vasco Araújo (PT) / Yael Bartana (ISR) / Yucef Merhi (VZ)

 

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