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L Radford, L Luscombe, F D'Evie

The 3rd Ural Industrial Biennale of Contemporary Art | Published : 2015


The key term of the 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial is mobilization as an ability to change and to rise to a fundamentally different level. Mobilization—just as history itself—refused to recede into the past; it becomes more and more relevant in the wide variety of forms. It may unite people based on their national, cultural, ethnical or religious identity or based on their adherence to certain values; it may be short run or may last for a long time. What role can contemporary art play in all this? Maybe it can serve as an incentive, or provide a venue, or supply the reflective understanding of mobilization processes? In 2015, all Biennial’s programs will be concentrated at the main project ven..

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