Biennal of moving images

The Biennial of Moving Images (or BIM, its acronym in French) first saw the light of day two decades ago in 1985 as the "International Video Week." It is one of the oldest and most important events in Switzerland and Europe to feature artists' videos and films and multimedia works. The Biennial brings together the best of these domains and has enabled us, in the course of its 20 years of existence, to show and in some cases introduce the public to a number of renowned artists. These have included such figures as Bill Viola, Gary Hill, Steina and Woody Vasulka, Robert Filliou, Chris Marker, Guy Debord, Vito Acconci, William Wegman, Bruce Nauman, Chantal Akerman, Rebecca Horn, Jean-Luc Godard, Andy Warhol, Philippe Garrel, Nam June Paik, Laurie Anderson, Artavazd Pelechian, Harun Farocki, and the Straub/Huillet team.

2007 12th BIM (Biennal of Moving Images)
- du 12 au 20 octobre 2007 au Centre pour l'image contemporaine, 5, rue du Temple
- du 12 octobre au 16 décembre 2007, exposition, au Bac (Bâtiment d'art contemporain), 10, rue des Vieux-Grenadiers

Previous Biennials of Moving Images:
2005 11th Biennial of Moving Images - Catalogue
2003 10th Biennial of Moving Images - Catalogue
2001 9th Biennial of Moving Images - Catalogue
1999 8th Biennial of Moving Images - Catalogue
1997 7th Biennial of Moving Images - Catalogue
1995 6th International Video Week - Catalogue
1993 5th International Video Week - Catalogue
1991 4th International Video Week - Catalogue
1989 3th International Video Week - Catalogue
1987 2nd International Video Week - Catalogue
1985 1st International Video Week - Catalogue