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Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento

Founded in 2012 in  Buenos Aires, Argentina
Directed by Andrés Denegri and Gabriela Golder

The Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento (BIM), it’s a place entirely dedicated to the field of audiovisual experimentation. An appropriate environment for the exhibition of works, a space to think about the specific aesthetic matters of art on video and film.

Its main goal is to promote the development and circulation of audiovisual arts. To that end, a singular program of video and film works it’s presented, along a space for discussion enriched by distinguished artists and researchers that propose, both to specialists and the general public, a framework of exchange that improves the experience of the encounter with the work of art.

The BIM emerges as an initiative of the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (UNTREF), this fact defines its identity founded on solid thinking and critical attitude. The deliberation framework that constitute the encounters with international artists, conferences, round-table meetings and workshops, it’s what makes the BIM so much more than just a well-nourished program of video and film works.

Next Edition : 20.11 – 30.11 / 2014

First Edition: 26.10 – 04.11 / 2012

Guest curators:  Lauren Howes, Gabriela Salgado, Néstor Olhagaray, Guillermina Buzio, Gordon Shirgley.

Guests : Gene Youngblood, Abigail Child, Lucas Bambozzi, Ximena Cuevas, Diego Lama, Antoni Pinent, Valérie Mréjen, Mario Opazo, Bryan Konefsky, Jorge Honik, Luciano Zubillaga, Joyce Wieland, Claudia Aravena, Nekane Aramburu, Gabriela Salgado, IC-98, Ruti Sela, Javier Plano, Milena Pafundi, Laura Esteras.

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