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UAP | 22/05/2024

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Open call for artists: Contemporary Biennial TEA 2024

Open call for artists: Contemporary Biennial TEA 2024
Nistor Laurențiu

TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes opens a call for artists to be part of the Contemporary Biennial TEA 2024, which will be held on September 27 at the museum and will be curated by Raisa Maudit and Àngels Miralda. The deadline for submission of proposals will be on April 2 and the complete conditions of the call can be consulted in the calls section of TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes website. If you have any questions, please write to: tea [​at​]

This call is based on the conviction that artistic processes, as well as aesthetic learning and experience, afford the possibility of opening discussions to think about the accelerated changes we are experiencing on a planetary scale from a situated perspective. The selection criteria of the curatorial committee will be open to interdisciplinarity and individual and collective working methodologies, lending particular value to the experimental quality of projects and processes that can open up to the public through workshops or collaborative actions. 

From the very opening of the exhibition on September 27 until it concludes, a public forum will be held to discuss the challenges involved in the process. The curatorial committee will organize several interventions and workshops to tie in with current debates on the future of different models for artistic encounters and the conditions of public access to culture. These events will be announced on the website of TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes and will be collected in a publication that will be published at the end of this year.

Ever since it opened, TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes has organized public calls to promote artistic and research practices in various formats and approaches with a local and international reach. The aim of Contemporary Biennial TEA 2024 is to continue exploring this path and to combine both lines of work: to offer space for artistic creation and to open a process for public access to culture and institutional debates around the contemporary.