Radio Reports from the 2013 Venice Biennale
The Clocktower Gallery partnered with Venice Agendas and LaRete Art Projects to bring you roving reports from the 55th Venice Biennale. We posted new programs throughout the weekend to our Venice Biennale Archive, where the programs will remain available, free, and on-demand.
Guide: LaRete Art Projects Reports, Venice 2013
The curators of LaRete Art Projects who, in partnership with the Clocktower Gallery and ARTonAIR.org, submitted regular radio reports from across Venice during the opening week of the 2013 Biennale. LaRete Art Projects is dedicated to research and support of new artistic strategies. In this field, LaRete Art Projects conceives and realizes exhibitions as well as educational and research programs in Italy and abroad.
Fedra Boscaro (of Ælia Media, the radio project launched by Pablo Helguera for the International Award for Participatory Art in 2011), Julia Draganović, Elena Forin, Claudia Löffelholz and Federica Patti recorded conversations with artists, curators and other art experts in Venice. Scroll to the bottom of this page to find their programs.
Guide: Venice Agendas 2013
Venice Agendas is a series of breakfast events and performances that took place during the 2013 Biennale preview week. LaRete Art Projects is dedicated to research and support of new artistic strategies. Their curators submitted regular radio reports and artists interviews all weekend.
Venice Agendas was developed by Bill Furlong and Mel Gooding. The new team under the guidance of Bill and Mel continues the innovation and determination to construct a series of topical and intelligent discussions, talks, debates and recordings. workinprogress have taken up the baton and have organised the 2011 and 2013 Agendas.
Venice Agendas is curated and presented by Terry Smith, Clare Fitzpatrick and Helen Rawlins from workinprogress, in partnership with FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais; Nuova Icona; SHAPE London; Turner Contemporary; Arts University Bournemouth; Arts Bournemouth; Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London and University for the Creative Arts. With the support of Audio Arts; Associazione E; CZ95; Municipalità di Venezia; Live Art Development Agency and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
See full event details at www.veniceagendas.eu