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Sergiu Matis – Extinction Room (Hopeless.) presented at BOZAR, part of Europalia Arts Festival 2019

Sergiu Matis – Extinction Room (Hopeless.) presented at BOZAR, part of Europalia Arts Festival 2019

Extinction Room (Hopeless.) by Sergiu Matis, commissioned by Europalia Arts Festival Romania,  will be presented  within the exhibition Brancusi – Sublimation of Form at BOZAR, between October 17th and 19th, 2019. Extinction Room (Hopeless.) is a performative multi-channel sound installation consisting of recordings of extinct and endangered bird species. It explores the idea of nature in western society and its representation

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Eszter Salamon: Monument 0.8 Manifestations (work in progress)

Explore Festival #14 – Bucharest International Contemporary Dance and Performance Festival 13/10/2019 19h30 @WASP Working Art Space and Production Work in progress / contemporary dance After talk Eszter Salamon, Marilena Preda-Sânc & guests MONUMENT 0.8: Manifestations, by Eszter Salamon, in collaboration with Marilena Preda Sânc // Contemporary Dance Aftertalk: Eszter Salamon, Marilena Preda-Sânc & guests Manifestations

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Life Long Burning: Alice Feraru, Corina Rafael & Mircea Hristescu

Explore Festival #14 – Bucharest International Contemporary Dance and Performance Festival 12.10.2019 // WASP Working Art Space and Production Mircea Hristescu, Alice Feraru & Corina Rafael Multimedia installations Inside out The series of images represent a large space photographed in different time periods (2017-2019) from opposite viewpoints. The affective approach to a series of images

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Matei Bejenaru: SITUATIONS / Personal performance projects in the public space

12.10.2019 // Brancovenesti Palaces Cultural Center, Mogosoaia 11:00 – 14:00 Lectures and dialogue with the audience SITUATIONS / Personal performance projects in the public space Matei Bejenaru The author will present a series of performative artistic projects realized in the 2000s, focused on the theme of the Romanian migration and the complex consequences on socio-political

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Marilena Preda Sânc: ROMANIAN ECO PUBLIC ART

12.10.2019 // Brancovenesti Palaces Cultural Center, Mogosoaia 11:00 – 14:00 Lectures and dialogue with the audience ROMANIAN ECO PUBLIC ART Marilena Preda Sânc Thinking with / for nature means rethinking the human-nature relationship in the contemporary society. The pollution of the environment and the deterioration of the quality of life, due to exaggerated consumerism and

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Veda Popovici: Body in Adversity / Performance lecture

eXplore festival #14 – Bucharest International Contemporary Dance and Performance Festival ▪️ 11.10.2019 // WASP Working Art Space and Production, Bucharest 19:30 – 20:30 Veda Popovici: Corp în adversitate / Body in Adversity Performance lecture Body in Adversity investigates the production conditions and effects of a performance series which took place within some feminist protests from

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A Luxury That We Can Not Afford (Wisdom of the Earth) by Manuel Pelmus, premiered today, October 8, at BOZAR, part of Europalia Arts Festival 2019

4Culture Association and WASP Studios are delighted to announce the premiere of A Luxury That We Can Not Afford (Wisdom of the Earth), the newest creation of Manuel Pelmus, one of the most influential artists of the so-called New Performance Turn, in the frame of Europalia Arts Festival Romania 2019. A Luxury That We Can Not Afford (Wisdom of the Earth) is an intangible,

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Performance, Architecture and Landscape Symposium – Day 5

The Performance, Architecture and Landscape Symposium will end on Wednesday, July 3, with the lecture held by the Swedish choreographer Mårten Spångberg, in dialogue with Andreea Căpitănescu and Romanian architects Vladimir Nicula and Emil Ivănescu. Mårten Spångberg is a performance related artist living and working in Stockholm. His interests concern choreography in an expanded field,

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