The yearly show opens to the public on Friday, March 17 and it is a sight for the eyes and ears. With a heavy dose of video and audio the biennial really moves into the present time. There are short movies, that take you to beautiful lush islands, a 3D movie about the senses a hyper-violent immersive experience in Virtual Reality, video using iPhones, numerous films and more. There are paintings using standard media and thoughtful pieces using sunlight through the windows. There is a large installation of a manuscript asking for censorship. There are pieces that address relevant social issues.
This is an entertaining and thought provoking opening and a great way to spend a morning or afternoon. Enjoy!