Diana Dulgheru I minim // diffuse // Audiovisual installation (Black Box) // 08.11.2017 – 30.11.2017
Project selected for “Visualizing the sound” 2017
Production: WASP Studios. Co-production: Asociația 4Culture
Curators: Olivia Nițiș and Ciprian Ciuclea
Opening: 08.11.2017 | 7:30 pm
WASP – Working Art Space and Production
67-93 Ion Minulescu 67-93, Bucharest, Romania
Diffuse is an audiovisual installation that uses the phenomenon of light diffusion as a pretext for developing a sonic and visual poetics by digital technologies.
The purpose is the highlighting of the specificity of this phenomenon by a synthesized representation of the form and sound, as well as to convey a certain impression.
The sound is used for its own value and the form becomes light. The repetitive sound, its synaesthetic relation with the shape, the integration of the form in space, all aim at creating a place for meditation.
minim | Diana Dulgheru lives and works in Bucharest, Romania. She studied graphics at the University “George Enescu”,Iasi, the Faculty of Fine Arts, Decorative Arts and Design.
Based on an education involving drawing and figurative composition the works’ aesthetics evolved to a minimalist approach that includes the digital technology as medium of expression. She has worked with media such as photography, drawing, installation and later audiovisual performances that explore the relation between sound and form and the aesthetic possibilities of the digital technology error.
VISUALIZING THE SOUND is a cultural project produced by WASP STUDIOS in co-production with 4Culture.
Partners: UNArte – National University of Arts, Zeppelin, Modernism Punct Ro, kinema ikon, Centrul de Fotografie Contemporană, Iași
This project is financed in the frame of the Cultural Program “Bucharest Participatory City” by the Bucharest County Hall through the Cultural Center of Bucharest – ARCUB.
Visualizing the Sound is a cultural project co-funded by AFCN – National Cultural Fund Administration.
The project does not necessarily represent the National Cultural Fund Administrations point of view. AFCN cannot be held responsible for the contents of the project or for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. These are entirely the author’s’ responsibility.