Biennale Symposium: Agyna, Advisory of Sages

As part of the 35th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts, which explores the ecosystem of connections, solidarities and histories of resistance resulting from the formerly close relations between post-independence Ghana and the former Yugoslavia, an international symposium entitled Agyina: Advisory of Sages will be held in Ljubljana from 16 to 18 November. The Biennale's public programme is curated by Exit Frame Collective from Ghana, which has named the symposium Agyina in reference to Ghana's largest ethnic group and their notion of a council that speaks to the fact that it takes more than one voice to have a meaningful discussion or debate.

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Exhibition of the Grand Prize Recipient of the 34th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts

Transformella is an Artificial Identity fed and cared for by JP Raether. Together they constitute a hybrid formation of authorship called aLifveForms that consists of many lines of life, among them also Transformellae. They first appeared in 2010 to research reproductive technologies and possibilities for reproductive futures beyond the horizon of ReproNormality. They forked into Transformella malor in 2015 and began to intervene in so-called Ikeality in the local stores, where home goods and family models are mass-reproduced. Since then, they have appeared in various Ikealities in Berlin, Warsaw, Hamburg and Düsseldorf.

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Opening of the 35th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts

The 35th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts entitled From the void came gifts of the cosmos will open on September 15 with a programme of events—guided tours, artist talks, performances and concerts—that will extend throughout the following weekend.

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Ibrahim Mahama appointed artistic director of the 35th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts

The International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC) is pleased to announce Ibrahim Mahama as the artistic director of the 35th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts (15 September 2023–14 January 2024). The artist announced that the next Ljubljana Biennale would be very simple. At the same time, it will draw connections that have been lost or even probably never been made within its context.

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