Joel Farly’s Scarcity of Water performance at the 2012 Havana Biennial
This performance by Joelle Ferley (from the French territory of Guadalouple) at Villalon Park was one exploring the scarcity of water, bringing a real sense of rural rhythms to the heart of Havana. This performance is simple but powerful and seemed to go down well with the watching audience even if the kids changed the end of the performance when the balloons (representing blood) were supposed to be thrown into the fountain. Performances such as this demonstrate the true international reach of the Biennial.

all Art Biennal Articles
  The 12th Havana Biennial   
  Faces of a City   
  The 11th Havana Biennial (2012): The ultimate review   
  The Irreversible Conga   
  Crispin Gurholt’s “Live Photo” in Havana   
  Generous City   
  Behind the Malecón: multiple reflections on the City   
  The Artistic laboratory of MAC/SAN (San Augustin)   
  Bastardos con Gloria at San Alejandro’s fine arts school   
  Highlights of the 2012 Havana Art Biennial   

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