PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 1 – 31, 2020
“The A.I.M. Biennial presents site specific installations created by local artists responding to the historically layered landscapes, landmarks, architecture, and communities of South Florida during Miami Art Week 2020.”
A.I.M. is: Art in Movement • Art is Matter • Andedan ici Mwen • Activism is Movement
• Ahora imagina Movimiento • Acabamos iniciar Machetes •Art in Miami • Any intimate moment • American Indian Movement…
The AIM Biennial—a project which features new site-specific installations throughout South Florida, created by local cultural practitioners–including visual artists, dancers, activists and performers–who represent our region’s diversity. With an emphasis on ritual, monuments and shrines, these installations have been produced in response to historically layered landscapes, landmark locations, urban vernacular architecture, the Everglades and the various communities of our region.
A published catalogue includes maps and site locations. AIM was organized by william cordova (cultural practitioner, NY/Miami), Marie Vickles (Education director Perez Art Museum / Curator Little Haiti Cultural Center), Gean Moreno (Director, Knight Foundation Art + Research Center at Institute of ContemporaryArt, Miami), and Mikhaile Solomon (Curator / Director of Prizm Art Fair).
Locations: Homestead, Dade, Broward, Palm Beach Counties, Miccosukee, Seminole Indian Reservation.
Satellite locations: Georgia, Havana-Cuba, Tallahassee and Texas.
2020 AIM Participants