Visual identity

© Levi Fanan / Fundação Bienal de São Paulo

Developed by artist and designer Vitor Cesar with Fernanda Porto, Julia Pinto and Deborah Salles, the 34th Bienal’s visual identity embodies the poetics of the rehearsal proposed by the curatorship, developing a malleable language that can be transformed within the different contexts of the 34th Bienal. The first visual syntaxes of the system are therefore being shared now, and new ones will appear in the show’s various communication spaces over time. “Instead of summarizing everything together in a single image, the aim was to experience a visual plurality where it is possible to transit between clarity and complexity with resources created based on ideas such as encounters, crossings, links, wrinkles, folds and reliefs,” the designer explains.

Know more at Vitor Cesar curatorial correspondence, read here

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