Pre-second edition episode: 
Closing Times 
Public Debate & DIY Exhibition
Green Park, Athens
27 May – 21 June 2017

First event:
28 May 2017 
Where are we now: Struggling autonomies in closing times
A discussion with Jacques Ranciere

First Edition: “No Future” 24 June – 4 July 2016 Athens & Cythera Island

The first edition of the Performance Biennial will take place on 23 June to 4 July in Greece. Playfully subverting the term ‘biennial’ into a self-organised practice, the event will test self-instituted forms of culture and politics. The Performance Biennial in its first iteration will begin in the occupied cultural space of Green Park, Athens, open out to embrace the park of Pedion tou Areos (transl. to Field of Mars – one of two central parks in Athens), and then depart via boat from Piraeus to the island of Cythera that geographically belongs to the Prefecture of Athens.Under the title “No Future” this guerrilla biennial will bring together forms of artistic, political and theoretical practice and discourse questioning the potential of a collective refusal to a referred futurity For more here

Participants include. Detailed programme of the Biennial here.

This is a DIY self-organised event that is realised without any funding or support from public or private resources.

All activities of the event will be open and free of charge to the public. 

Initiated and organised by Gigi Argyropoulou, Vassilis Noulas and Kostas Tzimoulis

In collaboration and with the help of an expanding collective of people including Natasa Siouzouli, Emi Kitsali, Eleni Kalara, Elina Mandidi, Elisabet Xanthopoulou, Stefanos Mondelos, Hypatia Vourloumis, Sofia Dona, Myrto Xanthopoulou and more.