The BUCHAREST BIENNALE continues to build a strong partnership between Bucharest — a geocultural space where the political is reflected in all aspects of life—and the rest of the World. In transcending specific geographical, historical, or political frameworks, it connects to a broader complexity, namely the one of “resistance” within the quotidian realm.

As a biannual cultural event, BB’s temporary structure allows a deconstruction of the systems supporting and underlying what has been called the “experience economy”. The Bucharest Biennale goes beyond merely orchestrating memorable “events” that aim for prescribed notions of customizable transformation, which are characteristic of this economic model and importantly reflected in the global biennial format as well. Instead, the Biennale offers a platform to analyse, and potentially redirect, current social, political and economic imaginaries. It intends to make visible the power structures supporting such spheres of control, addressing the ways in which they are organized and coordinated, as well as implemented across broad segments of society. The Biennale is an attempt to turn these scripted “experiences” upside down, to re-think and re-imagine processes of domination, while positioning the cityof Bucharest as a field of cultural action and exchange.

With its innovative model refined throughout the previous six editions, the Bucharest Biennale is now regarded as one of the most vital biennials in Europe, holding a widely respected position within the international art scene.

„What is true of politics and morals, also seems to apply to art as well.Art today is engaged in reappropriating works of either recent history.Among pushed into to go out the incapacity of acknowledging uselessness in different human behaviors and situations, to the inutility of performing meaningless actions, to the fear of understanding and accepting our own vanity.Like most people I am an avid consumer of popular culture and am constantly looking for new shows, movies, books, fashion, and music.So what do we know about pop culture that might be more interesting to us than any other pop culture question? It is a question that we don't have to answer, we just have to ask. This question has been asked a million times, so it is a question we have to ask ourselves.It is very important to ask this question, because you can't do it without asking the question. You can't do it without saying, "Hey, we can do it. We're just going to do it." The question is, how can we do it? How can we be the next big thing in pop culture? How can we make our pop culture look like this?„

— Jarvis - the AI curator

If the people are expecting to restore, heal and re-balance their appreciation, sensibility and knowledge through the artworks, the updated collective and collaborative planning, the conceptual, sensible and functional unity of Bucharest Biennale guarantees the longstanding influence of the exhibition into the subconscious of the people.