ASU ART MUSEUM and ECHO present A Fluid Resilience, at 54th VENICE BIENNALEA Fluid Resilience, a panel at the VENICE BIENNALE through the Pavilion of Iraq. Panelists include artist Jananne Al-Ani, engineer Azzam Alwash, ASU Art Museum Director Gordon Knox, ASU Museum Studies Director Richard Toon, and Sander van der Leeuw, director of the ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change and the dean of the ASU School of Sustainability. We are also pleased to let you know that Anila Rubiku, who was our third artist involved in our Social Studies initiative of social practice residency/exhibitions (2008), will be included in the group exhibition Geopathiesat the Albanian Pavilion during the Biennale. The exhibition, curated by Riccardo Caldura, includes artists Anila Rubiku, Orion Shima, Gentian Shkurti, Eltjon Valle and Driant Zeneli. The ASU Art Museum has a history with the Venice Biennale, representing the US at the 1995 Biennale with the five room video/sound installation Buried Secrets by artist Bill Viola.
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