By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Visitors walking into the 32nd São Paulo Art Bienal are asked to ponder the uncertainties of the world we live in today, with political upheavals, violence, climate change, migration exodus and increasing xenophobia. With the title Incerteza Viva (Live Uncertainty), curators seek to address these issues which seem to affect people from all over the world, one way or another.
“It’s necessary for us to sever the link between uncertainty and fear,” explained Jochen Volz, this year’s curator of the Bienal, during the press conference to open . . .