Santorini Biennale, Greece / Neighborhoods / Call for Artists
January 1, 1970
“Neighborhoods” are simultaneously geographic and ideological biotopes, political, social and economic spaces. They are common places without impermeability as different societies and cultures need to interact between them, especially when they are called to solve common problems such as: climate change, environmental pollution, urbanization, social inequalities, intolerance, criminality, terrorism, sub-birth or population explosion, economic exploitation, «production of poverty», immigration and much more.
Modern diplomacy seems to “run” a marathon of sovereignty and enforcement rather than a process of normalization of relations between different “neighbourhoods”, thus interrupting cultural exchange and contributing to the creation of closed and fearful ideological societies.
Exhibitions in 27 cities around the world between 1st June 2019 and 31st July 2021.
Artists can participate in 2 exhibitions.