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Riga Photography Biennial 2024
Riga Photography Biennial

18 Apr - 14 Jul, 2024

Riga Photography Biennial 2024

The Riga Photography Biennial is an international contemporary art event, focusing on the analysis of visual culture and artistic representation. The term ‘photography’ in the title of the biennial is used as an all-embracing concept encompassing a mixed range of artistic image-making practices that have continued to transform the lexicon of contemporary art in the 21st century.///

The biennial covers issues ranging from cultural theory to current socio-political processes in the Baltics and the wider European region. Using the format of an art festival, Riga Photography Biennial attempts to record changes taking place all over the world and invites us to collectively interpret them – something we not only need to see but also imagine whilst translating the complicated and oversaturated contemporary visual language into meaningful relationships between our daily reality, the camera lens, historic material, contemporary art, technologies and the future.

This year, the Riga Photography Biennial is taking place for the fifth time, and, continuing to follow the development of image culture, the programme of the Riga Photography Biennial 2024 focuses on issues of identity - a range of existential questions, including the impact of technology on human nature, the relationship between man and nature, as well as the informative code of the contemporary image.

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Open Days: April 18 - July 14, 2024 Central Venue: Riga Art Space

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Riga 2024 Central Event - Exhibition ‘Human Computer’

Riga 2024 Central Event - Exhibition ‘Human Computer’

The exhibition Human Computer is devoted to the group of eternal existential questions whose answers have to be re-evaluated from time to time. At its centre is the naive question: “Who am I?”, followed by a flood of similar attempts at self-understanding: “Who are we? Where do we come from and where are we going? Why is this happening? Why do we act like this? What do I feel? How do you feel?”

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