During the second focus, 18th Festival: Vectors And Inflexions, guests discuss issues pertaining to the shows featured in this edition of the Festival, and the core themes of the programs Southern Panoramas and 30 years.

The South is currently defined by moving boundaries, which give rise to new territorial experiences. Its megacities, networks, and informal groupings are tension fields that irradiate and harbor displacements, reshaping the notions of belonging and identity. Artists featured in the Southern Panoramas show discuss the power and the complexity of these rearrangements. Featuring Akram Zaatari, Lais Myrrha, Morgan Wong, Mahardika Yudha / Mediator: Moacir dos Anjos.

Akram Zaatari (Saida, Lebanon, 1966) Artist; works with photography, film, video, installation, and performance. He is a co-founder of the Arab Image Foundation. He has participated in the Turin Triennial (2008), the biennials of Istanbul (2011), Venice (2007) and São Paulo (2006), and the dOCUMENTA (13), 2012.

Lais Myrrha (Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1974) She does research on the notion of absence in installations, actions, and photography. She featured in the 8th Mercosur Biennial (2011). 

Mahardika Yudha (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1981) Artist; discusses topics such as city, labor, and memory. Featured in the 12th Seoul International NewMedia Festival (2012).

Moacir dos Anjos (Recife, Brazil, 1963) Researcher and visual arts coordinator at Fundação Joaquim Nabuco (Recife). Curated the Brazilian pavilions at the 54th Venice Biennale (2011) and the 29th Biennial of São Paulo (2010), and co-curated the 6th Mercosur Biennial, Porto Alegre (2007). 

Morgan Wong (Hong Kong, China, 1984) Artist; works with performance, installation, and video. Featured at the Moscow Biennale for Youth Art (2012).