Where Water Comes Together with Other Water
Around fifty artists of all generations and many nationalities, with gender parity, have been invited to make site-specific works.
Nina Chanel Abney, Hobson’s Choice, 2018 © Photo : Jack Shainman gallery, New York
Malin Bülow, Firkanta elastisitet – Skulptur i spenn, 2017. Store Salen, Kunstbanken – Hedmark Kunstsenter © Photo : Fruzsina Berkes and Malin Bülow
Renée Levi, Elaine, 2018, Regionale18, Kunsthaus Baselland © Photo : Serge Hasenböhler
Bianca Bondi, Repressed Memories Return as Symptoms of an Inner Disorder, They Also Return as Myths, 2017 © Adagp, Paris, 2019
Pamela Rosenkranz, Vue de l’installation Anamazon (Into the Land), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humblebaek, 2017 © Photo : Anders Sune Berg
The Project of the curatorial team
This 15th edition of the Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale is devised as an ecosystem at the intersection of biological, economic and cosmogonic landscapes. It bears witness to the shifting relationships between human beings, other living species, the mineral kingdom, technological artefacts and the stories that unite them.
Echoing Lyon’s geography, the title of the 15th Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale is Where Water Comes Together with Other Water, taken from a Raymond Carver poem.