Vancouver Biennale: Announces “re-IMAGE-n”

May 29, 2018 Vancouver, Canada – The Vancouver Biennale announced its fourth edition, titled “re-IMAGE-n,” with projects unfolding over the exhibition’s two-year duration. Under the artistic direction of Barrie Mowatt and curatorial leadership of Marcello Dantas and Jeffrey Uslip, the Biennale invited international artists to respond to the prevailing issues of our time, including the widespread refugee and migrant crisis, a global shift towards nationalism and isolationism, and an intensifying drain on our shared natural resources. Projects were to “re-IMAGE-n” (reimagine) a progressive social framework that supports free speech, Reconciliation and the rights of First Nations, LGBTQ rights, artistic freedom, gender, racial and sexual equality, ecological awareness, religious freedom, and the ethics of biotechnology.

Gonzales-Day participated in a community based event with local artists, artists-in-residence, and community members in their Vancouver space.