Project Biennale


Posted in Uncategorized by projectbiennale on May 22, 2009

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Book launch

Thursday 4th June 2009


St. George’s Anglican Church

Campo San Vio

Dorsudoro, Venice

[Nr. Academia  Bridge south-side] 

NB. The publication will also be available at this address from 12noon-5pm daily on Friday 5th & Saturday 6th June, 2009. 

For further information please call: +44 (0)7918 171 086


PROJECT BIENNALE is an anthology of critical writing and visual projects that reflect on current political issues surrounding international biennale exhibitions.

The book contains contributions by MA curating students from Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of Essex, and Sheffield Hallam University, plus invited curators from around the UK. 


lana MULLEN, regina SHIN, bryan ECCLESHALL, rachael BAUM, the HUT PROJECT, kirsten COOKE,

dale HOLMES, martyn CASHMORE, goesta DIERCKS, james STEVENS, harriet DAVIES, becky SHAW, ann HAREZLAK, sayoko NAKAHARA, ingrid SWENSON, teresa GLEADOWE, yan GEAT CHENG,

mafalda SUSIN, jeni WALWIN, marion COUTTS, helena COPSEY, fiona SHIPWRIGHT, bruce HAINES, alex RICH, luiza HOLUB, sue-na GAY, sarah SMIZZ, taylor LE FÍN, paul O’NEILL, natalie MORTIMER, hamja AHSAN, jeffrey charles henry PEACOCK, maxa ZOLLER, pippa LENNOX 

Initiated by:

          amanda BEECH Course Director, MA Critical Writing & Curatorial Practice, Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of the Arts, London

jaspar JOSEPH-LESTER Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Sheffield Hallam University

matthew POOLE Course Director, MA Gallery Studies & Critical Curating, University of Essex 

A two-day symposium to discuss themes developed by this project will be held at SIAD Gallery

Furnival Building, Sheffield Hallam University on Wednesday 10th & Thursday 11th June.

For further information and to book places please email: 

This publication and the launch event is supported by Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London; Department of Art History & Theory, University of Essex; and, Sheffield Hallam University.

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