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What’s New

What’s New at the Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale 2013!

1. International competition advances into “invitation competition” The 7th GIC Biennale’s main exhibition is now the International Prize of GICB 2013, the advanced form of previous international competitions by employing the “invitational competition” format. The previous competitions were open to anyone who wanted to be part of the Biennale, however continuous repetition over the past several years led to a deterioration of its standard. Furthermore, the competition had been at odds with the Biennale’s themes.
To improve these issues, to stay focused on the theme and to lead the trends of the contemporary ceramic art, the international competition resolutely employed the new format. In the invitational competition, the international committee members of the GIC Biennale 2013 recommended established and recognized artists who later submitted new artworks that reflect the Biennale’s theme. To make up for changing the open competition format, a new HOT Rookies exhibition was conceived to accommodate all ceramic artists and to continue the tradition of serving as a platform for young ceramists.

2. Academic programs attracting even bigger audiences than exhibitions What were considered accompanying events of the Biennale, the special exhibitions, academic programs, and workshops are now being organized systematically on a par with the main exhibition to maximize the effects for the Biennale’s theme. The special exhibition, HOT Rookies, based on the theme of “Paradoxical Aesthetics” and the International Ceramics Symposium based on the topic of “Coexistence” will both investigate the academic value of “Community.” In the International Ceramic Workshop “Mentoring Camp” and clay workshop “Healing Camp” professional ceramists and the general public will together think about, experience and practice “community.”

3. Expanding the eligibility and inviting more artists than ever! Most of the exhibitions and academic programs are open to international competition, thus inviting more artists than ever. All the participating ceramic specialists can introduce their ceramic cultures as producers rather than as consumers, and many opportunities are provided – exhibitions, lectures, demonstrations, events, etc – for them to take part in the Biennale. In particular, HOT Rookies, Talks by Artists, International Ceramic Workshop “Mentoring Camp” are designed to accommodate anyone who is willing to participate in the Biennale. The GIC Biennale 2013 invites anyone, whether it be ceramists, the general public or institutions, who wish to join and compete in the Biennale together.

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