Venice - Exhibition

Research Pavilion: Utopia of Access

Sala del Camino

11 May 201715 Oct 2017

The Research Pavilion is an important addition to the 57th Venice Biennale aiming to show universities and academies’ role today, presenting artistic research to a wider audience and introducing unrealized theories.

The Research Pavilion hosts three international art exhibition and a parallel program entitled Camino Events featuring workshops, artistic interventions, screenings, discussions on artistic research and research within the arts and performances.

Three International Exhibitions:
May 11 – Jul 2
“You gotta say yes to another access”
by Uniarts Helsinki

Jul 8 – Aug 31
“Florian Dombois: Galleria del Vento”
by Zurich University of the Arts

Sep 8 – Oct 15
“Hauntopia/What If”
by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

The Pavilion is closed for take-down and set-up between 3 and 7 July, 14 and 16 August, and 28 August and 7 September 2017.

Commissioned by Anita Seppä

Created and hosted by Uniarts Helsinki

Realized together with:
Norwegian Artistic Research Programme,
Swedish Art Universities’ collaboration Konstex
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Zurich University of the Arts

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Special Events

Destination: Venice
Where: Sala del Camino
Type: Opening
Admission: Free

Opening of the exhibition: You Gotta Say Yes to Another Access

Destination: Venice
Where: Sala del Camino
Type: Opening
Admission: Free

Opening Research Pavilion

Contacts & Details

OPENING:
tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

CLOSING DAYS:
mon

ADMISSION:
Free

M: researchpavilion@uniarts.fi W: Research Pavilion
ADDRESS:
Campo S. Cosmo, Giudecca, 621 Venice, Italy