affective
affinities
33bienal/sp

7 sep - 9 dec, 2018
free admission

Videos


#33bienal (Artist-curators) Wura-Natasha Ogunji

For her exhibition project, Wura-Natasha Ogunji invited artists to create — like herself — new artworks in a collaborative and horizontal curatorial project. Their works are impacted by their individual histories and by the complex relationship they have with their lands, nations and territories.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Wura-Natasha Ogunji

For her exhibition project, Wura-Natasha Ogunji invited artists to create — like herself — new artworks in a collaborative and horizontal curatorial project. Their works are impacted by their individual histories and by the complex relationship they have with their lands, nations and territories.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Antonio Ballester Moreno

Antonio Ballester Moreno approaches his curatorial project for the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo as a way of contextualising a universe based in the close relationship between biology and culture, with references to the history of abstraction and its interplay with nature, pedagogy and spirituality.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Claudia Fontes

For her exhibition, Claudia Fontes draws on a metanarrative: a fictional book of the same title whose content is unknown, except for some fragments and a few material remains.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Mamma Andersson

For her exhibition, Stargazer II, Mamma Andersson brings together a group of artists that have been inspiring and fuelling her own production as a painter. The participants share a common interest in expressive figuration and the human body.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Alejandro Cesarco

Drawing on his interests in issues such as repetition, narrative and translation, Alejandro Cesarco realizes a curatorship of artworks from artists that share his conceptual and aesthetic concerns.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Sofia Borges

Sofia Borges’ curatorial project explores a collage of mythological references based on philosophical interpretations of Greek tragedy.

#33bienal (Artist-curators) Waltercio Caldas

Waltercio Caldas, whose production has always drawn on history of art, proposes an exhibition where artworks from different artists are confronted with his own works.

#33bienal Visitors

Visitors of the #33bienal comment on their own affective affinities and impressions on the exhibition. Until December 9, at Ibirapuera Park.

#33bienal The Foundation behind Bienal

Artists, teams, assemblers, curators, enthusiasts, partners, supporters and the general public: a single edition of the Bienal is made by many. Know the processes of the institution that produces the Bienal in the words of its chief executive officer, Luciana Guimarães.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Closing Remarks

Closing Remarks by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, D. Graham Burnett and Stefanie Hessler. November 18, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Panel Discussion

Panel discussion with Kapwani Kiwanga, Yael Geller, D. Graham Burnett and Rafael Sánchez-Mateos Paniagua. November 18, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Jeff Dolven

Lecture by Jeff Dolven, "All at Once Now". November 18, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Bruno Moreschi

A talk with Bruno Moreschi, "Another 33rd São Paulo Biennial—Actions, Results and Experimental Presentation". November 18, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Vivian Caccuri

Performative talk with Vivian Caccuri, "Mosquitoes Also Cry". November 18, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Yael Geller

Lecture by Yael Geller, "Obsession as an Attention Phenomenon". November 17, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Catherine Hansen & Joanna Fiduccia

Performative talk with Catherine Hansen and Joanna Fiduccia, "Two Varieties of Surrealist Attention. A Collaborative Talk". November 17, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Ivone Gebara

Lecture by Ivone Gebara, "Beyond Patriarchal Christianity: A Brief Outline for an Eco-feminist Ethics for Human Coexistence". November 17, 2018, Sesc Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Thiago Rocha Pitta

A talk with Thiago Rocha Pitta, "Temporal Map of an Undefined Coastline". November 17, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Autoescola Insular of Atenta

A talk with Rafael Sánchez-Mateos Paniagua, "Autoescola Insular of Atenta". November 17, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) D. Graham Burnett

Lecture by D. Graham Burnett, "What is the Work of Attention?". November 17, 2018, Bienal Pavilion. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Maria Cristina Franco Ferraz

Lecture by Maria Cristina Franco Ferraz, "For a Politics of Rumination in Times of Hyperconnected Dispersion". November 16, 2018, Sesc Vila Mariana. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposed public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Stefanie Hessler

Performative talk with Stefanie Hessler, "Attention as Curatorial Tool and the Politics of (Gendered) Attention". November 16, 2018, Sesc Vila Mariana. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Virgínia Kastrup

Lecture by Virginia Kastrup, "Attention in the Aesthetic Experience and in the Work of the Cartographer". November 16, 2018, Sesc Vila Mariana. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Katarzyna Kasia

Lecture by Katarzyna Kasia, "Attention and Its Enemy". November 16, 2018, Sesc Vila Mariana. The Symposium Practices of Attention proposes public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal (Symposium Practices of Attention) Introduction

Introduction by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, D. Graham Burnett and Stefanie Hessler. Between November 16 and 18, 2018, the Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, in partnership with Sesc-SP, held the Symposium Practices of Attention, proposing public conversations, workshops and performances on one of the major issues of our time: attention.

#33bienal Invitation to attention

The 33rd Bienal proposes exercises that invite people to be more attentive to the experience with art, within and outside the Bienal Pavilion.

#33bienal (Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro) The attention

The 33rd Bienal de São Paulo aims to raise awareness about our attention.

#33bienal (Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro) Artists as curators

The general curator of the 33rd Bienal comments on the choice of seven artists to organise collective exhibitions within the edition.

#33bienal (Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro) First Concepts

Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro comments the first concepts of the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo – Affective affinities.

#33bienal (Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro) How to rethink a Biennial

The general curator of the 33rd Bienal comments on ways to rethink a Biennial structure.

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