Category Archives: Biennial Culture

A Very Modern Ruin: St Peter’s Seminary

As part of my Strip Mall activities I am currently researching innovative strategies for the adaption and reuse of built forms which have fallen out of use. One excellent example I want to bring to your attention is the repurposing, … Continue reading

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To Biennial or Not to Biennial? Biennial Culture and Sustainability

In the art world, biennial is a word used to describe an event that takes place every two years to showcase the work of contemporary artists. The historical origins of biennials are to be found in late 19th century art … Continue reading

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