Under the artistic direction of Andrea Bellini (Director of the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève), in collaboration with Hans Ulrich Obrist (Curator and Co-Director of the Serpentine Gallery, London) and Yann Chateigné (Head of the Department of Visual Arts at the HEAD – Geneva), the BIM 2014 brings together a new generation of emerging Swiss and international artists, and will present brand new works commissioned and produced by the Centre.
Gabriel Abrantes, Ed Atkins, Mark Boulos, Alexander Carver & Daniel Schmidt, Benjamin Crotty, Basil Da Cunha, Tom Huett, Pauline Julier, Marie Kolbaek Iversen, Donna Kukama, Arvo Leo, Felix Melia, Heather Phillipson, Li Ran, James Richards, Jeremy Shaw, Carlo Gabriele Tribbioli & Federico Lodoli, Hannah Weinberger
Inauguration (performances, screenings & conversations): September 18–21
The BIM 2014 includes a special programme of dance and performance, premiering new works by Alexandra Bachzetsis, Isabel Lewis, Mai-Thu Perret and Andrew Hardwidge.
Luciano Giaccari’s Archive
The Exhibition of a Film
An exhibition curated by Mathieu Copeland at the Auditorium Fondation Arditi
Unfinished histories – histoires en devenir
A project curated by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio, in collaboration with Emilie Bujès
Médiathèque du Fonds municipal d’art contemporain
HEAD – Geneva’s inaugural week at BIM 2014
A series of conversations between the artists of the BIM 2014 and HEAD teachers
Exhibition at LiveInYourHEAD
Presentation of the works awarded by the R4 Video Art Festival and the Swiss Embassy in Paris
The BIM 2014 is produced by the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève in close collaboration with the Fonds d’art contemporain de la Ville de Genève (FMAC), the Fonds cantonal d’art contemporain (FCAC), the HEAD – Geneva, the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) (Tasmania, Australia), Arthub Asia (Shanghai), and the R4-Ile Seguin (Paris).