How to gather? Acting in a Center in a City in the Heart of the Island of Eurasia

Under challenging circumstances, the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art opts for a radical format and changes its structure: the biennale will be condensed into ten days. Artistic, discursive and reflective moments will shape the space. Located in the Pavilion No.1 of VDNKh, it is here that the Moscow Biennale will evolve, as a think tank in real time.

Biennale: Sept 22 - Oct 1, 2015
Documentary exhibition project: Oct 3 - Oct 11, 2015

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Weizman, Eyal and Ines

Based in London, GB

Eyal Weizman (°1970) is an intellectual and architect. He holds positions as professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London and as Director of the Center for Research Architecture within the Department of Visual Cultures. His research interests include the place of architecture in international humanitarian law within the project Forensic Architecture and political theory on case studies such as Palestine and Israeli geography and architecture (for example with the collective Decolonizing Architecture.) Since 2014, Eyal Weizmann is a Global Scholar at Princeton University. 

Prof. Dr. Ines Weizmann (°1973) completed her PhD in Architecture History and Theory at the Architectural Association after studying architecture in Weimar, Paris and Cambridge. She is a frequent writer and published the book “Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence” in 2014. Since 2013 she teaches at Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar and is Co-Director of the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and Planning.

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Keynote Eyal and Ines Weizman, 2015
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