The Human Rights Pavilion is an evolving artwork by renowned Belgium artist Koen Vanmechelen, initiated in the context of the 58th Biennial of Venice, May you live in Interesting Times, in collaboration with Global Campus of Human Rights, Fondazione Berengo and the MOUTH Foundation.
The event will take place from 6 until 10 May with a rich programme of events about “New Technologies and Human Rights”. The profusion of New Technologies and of Information and Communication Technologies in many aspects of individual and collective life is one of the defining features of our times.
This edition of the Global Campus Visual Contest, entitled “Free and equal in dignity and rights: images of the everyday lives of LGBTIQ+ persons”, for the first time has run completely on the Instagram account of @gchumanrights from 3 September until 8 February. The international jury of the Contest, comprised of Jim Marshall, Maika Elan, Carloman Macidiano Céspedes Riojas, Frank Finance-Madureira, and Joeri Kempen, together with Instagrammers, selected the winner of the GC Contest.