SITElines-New perspectives on Art of the Americas

Episode 7 of Art Beat Conversations features artist Jamison Chas Banks. In our conversation Banks talks about an upcoming multi-faceted installation project he has been working on for a massive upcoming exhibition in Santa Fe, NM entitled SITElines

SITElines is a new biennial exhibition series that explores contemporary art from the Americas, spanning Nunavut to Tierra del Fuego. 

SITElines Santa Fe featuring the work of Jamison Chas Banks

SITElines Santa Fe featuring the work of Jamison Chas Banks

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The Santa Fe Reporter gives us a sneak peak into the installation and the thought process behind the work that Banks will be presenting at the SITElines biennial.

Check out this short video clip below blogged by SFR writer Enrique Limon.

More about SITE Lines:

A new biennial exhibition series that explores contemporary art from Nunavut to Tierra del Fuego   July 20, 2014 – January 2015 Opening Festivities July 17-19 SITElines: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas is a six­-year commitment to a series of linked exhibitions with a focus on contemporary art and cultural production of the Americas. The exhibitions will take place in 2014, 2016, and 2018 and will be organized by a different team of curators, from locations throughout the Western Hemisphere. Through SITElines, SITE will establish a new programming hub called SITEcenter to generate connectivity between and during the exhibitions.

SITElines signifies a radical rethinking of SITE Santa Fe’s signature biennial exhibition, originally established in 1995. It represents a collaborative structure for planning its biennials, a vision for continuity between biennials, a commitment to community and place, and a dedication to new and under­recognized perspectives. This new multi­dimensional approach—together with a strong geographic focus—redefines SITE’s role at the forefront of biennial exhibition making and proposes new curatorial frameworks for biennials globally.

For more information on the exhibition events and the work of Jamison Chas Banks for SITElines visit the SITE Santa Fe website