2010 London Biennale
Kathleen Bitetti participated in several public art projects and performances in connection with the 2010 London Biennale. Two of the projects, "Leave in Silence-is there quiet in the land?" and "Return to Sender Mail Art Project" were collaborative projects occuring in the U.K. during May and June 2010. One performance work, "Time for Tea", took place on at 7pm on May 15th, 2010 on the banks of the River Thames directly outside of the Tate Modern during the "No Soul for Sale- A Festival of Independents at the Tate Modern" "Crossings- Abigail Was Here" and "Crossings-Emerson Was Here" were solo public art projects that occured in the U.K during the month of May 2010.
The London Biennale was founded in 1998 by David Medalla. It has evolved into an artist community loosely based around London and the biennale events that take place there and beyond. The London Biennale is a do-it-yourself free arts festival. The Biennale organization is not restricted to London.