The Baltic Triennial 13 highlights its political stance while acting as a poetic gesture: we will address class, gender, race, disabled bodies, feminism, decolonisation of desire, and territories, eager to transcend the fixed notion of identity to embrace the moving concept of belonging. Where do we belong? How do we belong? Key postulates will guide us: bastard objects and formless subjectivities, anti-categorisation and fluidity.
Until November 2017, Vincent Honoré served as chief curator of DRAF, which was conceived as a factory of prototypes structured around research, production, and performativity. Previously a curator at Tate Modern (2004 – 2007) and Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2001 – 2004), he now starts working as a senior curator at Hayward gallery in London.