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The Inaugural Helsinki Biennial 2020: The Same Sea: June 12-September 27



|| Monday: December 16: 2019 || ά. Entitled, The Same Sea, the inaugural edition of the Helsinki Biennial 2020, taking place between June 12 and September 27, will reflect on the notion of interdependence: everything is connected to everything else and supports the whole. Curated by Ms Pirkko Siitari and Mr Taru Tappola, the Head Curators of Helsinki Art Museum:HAM, the Biennial will bring together around 35 leading Finnish and international artists and groups of artists.

Located on the city’s Vallisaari island, a former military base, Helsinki Biennial 2020 will be comprised of 80% new commissions and site-specific works. Using the setting of Vallisaari to form the tangible and conceptual starting point for the curation of the 2020 biennial, The Same Sea, places emphasis on the biosphere as one interconnected entity.

‘’The seas, continents and islands are intertwined eco-systems, that form actual and symbolic networks. Islands offer shelter, places to live and strongholds. The sea separates and connects. We, often, talk about the seas but, in reality, there is only one sea, a continuous layer of saltwater, that surrounds the continents. The biota and physical conditions of the sea, such as, temperature, currents and surface level, all impact our shared future, all over the world.’’ put the Curators.

A number of artists are working on subjects, that originate from the daily life of Vallisaari’s former residents and the island’s military history. Some of the artworks deal not only with the local and global consequences of human activity but, also, with alternative visions of the future. Located outside along cobbled paths and inside historical buildings, gunpowder cellars and empty residential buildings, the works highlight unknown and abandoned places whilst bestowing new meanings.

‘’Making and presenting art on Vallisaari requires complex co-operation to take the unique environment into account.’’ Ms Siitari and Ms Tappola put forward. ‘The idea and site of each artwork has been evaluated from the point of view of nature conservation and historic preservation.’’

The diverse environment of Vallisaari sets a strict framework for the Biennial. In accordance with the Helsinki City Strategy, aiming to be carbon neutral by 2035 and reduce emissions by 60% by 2030, the Helsinki Biennial 2020 emphasises the importance of responsible values. Using a bespoke programme from the Finnish environmental management system EcoCompass, to direct production and infrastructure, the Biennial prompts us to rethink current and entrenched modes of behaviour.

As a city, Helsinki is committed to promoting a more sustainable way of life. The Think Sustainably service, launched earlier this year, invites visitors to make informed choices whilst at the biennial, and in all of Helsinki. Moreover, the biennial will also create its own Virtual Reality experience, allowing participants to be transported to Vallisaari without actually travelling to Helsinki.

Offering alternative ways of experiencing a biennial, Helsinki Biennial champions art’s role in creating channels for discourse, radical empathy and ecological ethics.

‘’Helsinki’s bold and uncompromising investments in art, also, have a broader impact on the development of our home city, including, the well-being of residents. Helsinki Biennial will further raise Helsinki’s status as an interesting city of culture and art.’ says Ms Mari Männistö, Cultural Director of the City of Helsinki.

Artists, whose names have been announced, to take part are: Mr Paweł Althamer:PL:1967, Mr Tadashi Kawamata: JP:FR:1953, BIOS Research Unit, FI: 2015, Ms Alicja Kwade:PL:1979, Ms Katharina Grosse: DE:1961, Ms Laura Könönen:FI:1980, Gustafsson and Haapoja, FI: 2012, Mr Tuomas A. Laitinen:FI:1976, Ms Hanna Tuulikki, UK:1982 and Mr Jaakko Niemelä, FI:1959, IC-98, FI:1998, Mr Mario Rizzi, IT:DE:1962, Ms Marja Kanervo, FI:1958 and Ms Maaria Wirkkala, FI:1954.

The final list of artists and details on the new commissions will be announced in spring 2020. Helsinki Biennial is supported by the City of Helsinki and the Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation.

Helsinki Biennial: Helsinki Biennial is an international contemporary art event, which takes place on Vallisaari island. Creating a platform to communicate the diverse and dynamic nature of the contemporary Finnish art scene, the event extends beyond this context to establish links and collaborations with the wider global artistic landscape. Informed by Vallisaari, a former military island fusing wild nature and urban heritage, sustainable and responsible values lie at the core of Helsinki Biennial.

Free to the public, each edition will primarily comprise of major new, site-specific commissions by leading international artists. Helsinki Biennial embodies the city’s ambitious, cultural vision, committed to developing Helsinki’s art scene both on a grassroots and institutional level. A major initiative of Helsinki Art Museum:HAM and the City of Helsinki, the biennial is directed by HAM’s Director Ms Maija Tanninen-Mattila. The Biennial is further supported by an international advisory committee, made up of curators and academics.
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