September 5, 2006 - Situations - Situations announces International Project Reunion
September 5, 2006

Situations announces International Project Reunion

Javier Tellez, One Flew Over the Void (Bala Perdida), 2005
Courtesy insite_05

insite_05: San Diego/Tijuana

Wednesday 4 October 2006
11.00 16.00
Arnolfini, Bristol

Situations launches a new series of project reunions, bringing key participants from a recent international exhibition back together to reflect on the project from conception to final outcome.

Moderated by curator Anders Kreuger, this series will offer the opportunity to explore a recent exhibition from the perspective of different artists, curators, participants and critics. Each event will give an insight into the context of the project and the curatorial and artistic processes involved, whilst also creating opportunities to explore what the participants might have done differently.

The first in this series will concentrate on insite_05, a network of contemporary art programmes and commissioned projects that mapped the border zone of San Diego-Tijuana from August to November 2005. insite_05 was not based on a traditional biennial model, rather artists projects were developed as processes of collaboration and engagement in the region with varying levels of visibility.

Artistic Director Osvaldo Sanchez will be joined by artists Javier Tellez and Omar Foglio, Associate Curator of the Interventions Donna Conwell, curator and writer Joshua Decter and President of the Board of Directors, Eloisa Haudenschild.

Location: Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA, UK
email or call 44 117 917 2300

The international project reunions will be transcribed for Situations Papers online. insite_05 will be available to download from November 2006 at Funded by Arts Council England South West.

Situations is a research and commissioning programme led by the University of the West of England, Bristol, and is dedicated to the investigation of place and context in the production and commissioning contemporary art. For further information visit

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