Sequences VII opens today
The seventh edition of Sequences real time art festival opens in Reykjavík Sequences VII opens its ten-day biennial in Reykjavík, Iceland, on April 10 and proudly presents the work of 25 local and international artists and honorary artist Carolee Schneemann.
An offspring of the dynamic art scene that thrives in Reykjavik, Sequences real-time art festival is an independent biennial that aims to produce and present progressive visual art with special focus on time-based mediums, such as performance, sonic works, video and public interventions.
Drawing on influences from the local environment as well as the global phenomenon of data space, Sequences VII includes a selection of 26 artists, performers and manipulators of images, data and bodies who were keen to exchange, mix and reconfigure thoughts, doubts, works, time and space. Sequences VII will take place in publicly-funded and commercial galleries, artist-run spaces, project spaces and informal locations in Reykjavík. Alfredo Cramerotti, director of MOSTYN, is the artistic director of Sequences VII.
For the opening events click HERE
For the full programme and more information visit www.sequences.is