Image Courtasy of the artists Brák Jónsdóttir & Dúfa Sævarsdóttir. You are cordially invited to an evening of performances at HIAP, Helsinki on 8 September to celebrate the journey from Tallinn to Reykjavík on the occasion of the Sequences XI biennial. Where Brák Jónsdóttir and Dúfa Sævarsdóttir, artists from Iceland, will perform Pleasure Isle, where the […]
The 11th edition of Sequences Biennial, entitled Can’t See, will take place over ten days, from 13-22 October 2023 in Reykjavík, Iceland. The festival will bring visitors together at the darkest time of the year, for an exchange of energy and ideas, with a programme featuring exhibitions, performances, lectures, walks, guided tours and more. The title […]
The curators of Sequences XI; Marika, Maria, Kaarin and Sten from the Estonian CCA The 11th edition of Sequences will take place in October 2023. Marika Agu, Maria Arusoo, Kaarin Kiviähk and Sten Ojave are this edition’s curators,who work together at the Estonian Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), based in Tallinn, Estonia. The curatorial […]
The 10th edition of Sequences real time art festival opens today. Held between October 15–24, 2021 in Reykjavík, Iceland, this year’s festival includes diverse artists’ dialogue, with their environment, history or other artists. Dialogue is by nature defined by the moment and context. It consciously and subconsciously includes the zeitgeist and prevailing ideas of the society at any […]
Time Has Come is the title for the tenth Sequences art biennale, held between 15-24 October 2021. The title is a reference to the ephemeral social space which the festival makes for itself each time. This year’s festival includes diverse artists’ dialogue, with their environment, history or other artists. Dialogue is by nature defined by […]
Sequences real-time art festival seeks a curator or curatorial team for its eleventh international art biennale to be held in Reykjavík, Iceland, in the autumn of 2023. The new curator/curatorial team will determine the content of the festival, and work closely with the manager of the festival to produce a 10-day program of exhibitions and events.
The City of Reykjavik has announced their annual support to cultural activities and we celebrate a renewal of a collaborative support contract for the coming three years. The support is valuable for Sequences and allows the responsibles of the festival to make longer term plans. As ever, Sequences aims to be a field for experiments […]