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The Institution promotes artistic expression to analyse and improve our environment with cultural practices involving participation of the university community in fundamental areas such as art, through the dissemination of culture with inclusion. The UAEMéx announces the 9th International Biennial of University Visual Art, which will allow participants to contribute their point of view on current issues and encourage social reflection by way of an artistic proposal.

With the eight previous editions of the International Biennial of University Visual Art, the knowledge and research in the field of art has been extended to an international level.

Memorias

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1ST BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2003

The first National University Biennial was a project that sought to create from the provinces a contest that would summon all public and private universities in the country, working in the fields of visual and plastic art, offering multiple perspectives to analyse and discuss the national art scene as was contemporary academic production. The categories were 2D and 3D work.

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2ND BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2005

This was a competition aimed at the search, identification and promotion of university talent, a national exhibition that was made up of a variety of divergent proposals. It constituted a space for academic discussion to self-critically examine the relevance and viability of its own educational models, aimed at Gilles Deleuze's image of instant, movement and time.

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3RD BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2007

In support of national artistic production in addition to creating a reflection on the function of the Biennials and rethinking the selection criteria.
It created an inclusive project on the part of the academy that actively involved a committed jury, interested in reflecting on the problems of the system of legalisation of the arts. On this occasion the theoretical framework was based on Regis Debray.

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4TH BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2009

The academic proposal of the Biennial recognised the history and critique of art, involving the understanding of the creation of art without the benefit of strengthening any type of narrative that could be considered canon and the understanding of the different ways of working in the teaching of the arts. The trend was aimed at technology.

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5TH BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2011

The 5th International Biennial of University Visual Art responded to the initiative of its inception, but unlike previous Biennials, a plural and open call for entries was made to the international university environment, opening up the bases of the contest to students, academics and graduates of both public and private universities.

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6TH BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2013

Consolidate a project in the field of visuality, which aims to contrast, compare, reflect and analyse contemporary university art. For the last ten years, this journey has been initiated along different paths, calling on national and international universities.

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7TH BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2018

With an important path, the seventh edition called on the reflection of our environment, seeking contemporary art to become a factor of change that contributes to the solution of problems arising in the different contexts of our participating artists.

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8TH BIENNIAL OF UNIVERSITY VISUAL ART, 2020

The eighth edition proposed university participation with an in-depth analysis of Gender Violence and new social values, through innovation in the visual arts, highlighting the importance of being a universal citizen, committed to contributing to change in consciences.

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