Wysing Head of Partnerships, Chelsea Pettitt, and Artists and Programmes Curator, Lotte Juul Petersen, will be presenting at the Istanbul Biennial as part of 'The Rural: Contemporary Art and Spaces of Connection'.
Wysing is pleased to be a partner on 'The Rural: Contemporary Art and Spaces of Connection', led by Whitechapel Gallery, London and with partners Istanbul Biennial, the University of Aberystwyth, Manchester Metropolitan University, and artist collective Myvillages.
Through a programme of public events and research, the project will explore contemporary art in the rural sphere. Many contemporary artists, architects and creative practitioners are challenging the assumptions made about rural life, providing a new vision of the countryside grounded in everyday experience. From re-imagined farming practices and food systems to architecture, community projects and transnational local networks, this programme brings these projects to the foreground, inviting a careful and critical look at our relationships with the rural today.
For more information about the panel in Istanbul, click here.