There is something always going on at the Triennale. People making multiple visits to the Triennale will notice, each time, that the works on exhibit have undergone some sort of change. The works in this exhibition will continue to develop and change. A work of art is seen as being something that is variable and that undergoes transformation as a result of its relationship with time and the community.
This year’ s Triennale will be featuring works by artists whose creative process reflects this.
For example, a site will be established where people can come together and this would become the artist’ s base. The artist would live there, spend time there, interact with others, create his or her work and finally exhibit the result, all from that same site. A new form of “observership” will result from this intensive involvement between the artist, the work, the site and the observer/s.
Several alternative exhibitions (such as the “Home Stay Art Project” will also be incorporated into the central exhibition that is the Triennale. The Triennale will take a nested structure and incorporate a series of “multi-layered” events.
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