The project stands for a self-questioning of the Kunsthalle Rostock about the history of the Baltic Sea Biennales. Designed as a review, it looks at current discourses and perspectives. Review, a term from the software industry, refers to the examination of contents, forms, processes and development phases. Inspired by this, 15 keywords were drawn from the 15 Rostock Biennales. They can be found in different formats in the project: an exhibition with artists from the Baltic Sea region, a global view in VIEW Havana Biennale and a cooperation with the University of Greifswald and Scandlines ferries with Scanlines. PREVIEW Biennale of the Baltic Sea Youth presents an international student project. Satellite exhibitions in Rostock’s urban space show photographic positions in the Kunstverein zu Rostock and paintings from Lithuania, among others, in the Goldwerk Gallery. The ART CONFERENCE from 19th to 21st of January 2024 discusses the Baltic Sea Biennales and evaluates the review.

Maciej Aleksandrowicz, PL / Karolina Bregula, PL / Lotte Buch, D (MV) / Elizabet Cerviño, CU / AK Dolven, NO / Anett Frontzek, D / Kasper Lecnim & Irmina / Rusicka, PL / José Manuel Mesías, CU / Ingrid Ogenstedt, SE/D / Rene Peña, CU / Agnieszka Polska & Witek Orski, PL / Jimmy Pulli, FIN / Lars Ramberg, NO/D / Marta Romankiv, PL/UA / Artist group SCHAUM, D (MV) / Ramona Seyfarth, D (MV) / Trine Søndergaard, DK / Jakob Kudsk Steensen, DK / Kestutis Svirnelis, LT/D / Amanda Ziemele, LV / Hermann Glöckner, DDR / Birgit Jensen, D / Leonards Laganovskis, LV / Mindaugas Navakas, LT / Willi Sitte, GDR/D / Osmo Valtonen, FIN / Willy Wolff, GDR / Prof. Rozbeh Asmani / Stella Capretto / Elias Peschke / Lena Friemel / Laura Schöning, D (Caspar David Friedrich Institute of the University of Greifswald) / Espen Eichhöfer / Andrea Gjestvang / Patrick Hinz / Hans-Christian Schink / Edgar Zippel, D (Kunstverein zu Rostock) / Arvydas Kašauskas / Rūta Eidukaitytė / Aleksandras Vozbinas (Goldwerk Galerie) Funding