Biennale Arte Dolomiti – Susan Harbage Page: Migrant’s Lament: Sewing Politics into Geography

 

 

 

Happy to be Participating in this Biennale with a New Installation

Migrant’s Lament

Check out the Biennale Website Here.

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the link to Migrant’s Lament: Sewing Politics into Geography here
http://www.biennalearte.com/en/artist/susan-harbage-page/

 

Held at a height of 2183 meters above sea level, the event will hold witness to an exchange of artistic ideas through different mediums. These mediums include painting, photography, installations, video projections, dance performances, music, architecture and design.

Internationally renowned artists coming from 17 countries will be participating at the exhibition, with works that bring together art and the sanctity of nature. At this breathtaking location amongst the clouds where geographical boundaries diverge, art unites culture and ideas on an international scale.
The founder and partners of the biennale ARTE Dolomiti have chosen the ex-Caserma at Monte Rite, Cibiana di Cadore to be converted into the site for this unforgettable event. Over the past century, the ex-Caserma has gone from being a historical site to both World Wars to the home of cultural gatherings.
Through a lively conversation between the various art forms present with nature as the ultimate source of inspiration, taking into consideration the natural world before and after the touch of mankind, this tenacious idea generation and exhibition serves to remind man how it is possible to overcome hostilities and the artificiality of society fixated on the myth of economic success.ks that bring together art and the sanctity of nature. At this breathtaking location, amongst the clouds, where geographical boundaries diverge, art unites culture and ideas on an international scale.

http://www.biennalearte.com/en/

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