The Visible X invisible exhibition was launched in Bucharest on June 19 and can be visited until Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at Wasp Working Art Space and Production. The exhibition brings together the projects created within the meetings organized in May and June, this year, between the workshops’ coordinators, the artist Iosif Király and the writer Simona Popescu, and the students of National University of Arts Bucharest and the University of Bucharest.
The students involved in the project are:
- from UNArte – Photography and Dynamic Image Department:
- University of Bucharest – Faculty of Letters:
The “Nonlinear narratives in literature, music and visual arts” colloquium took place in the opening of the exhibition. The event was moderated by Andreea Căpitănescu, PhD candidate at UNArte Bucharest, cultural manager and curator at WASP Working Art Space and Production, and had three speakers: the composer Dan Dediu, professor of the National University of Music in Bucharest, artist Iosif Király, professor of the National University of Arts Bucharest and writer Simona Popescu, professor of the Faculty of Letters – University of Bucharest.
Visible X invisible contributes to the support of dialogue and practices in contemporary art through a series of activities aimed at developing new projects in the field of visual arts. The program is dedicated to young artists who are active in video art, new media, photography and performance, as well as to young writers and poets. It will be completed in September 2019 by launching a catalog that will include the documentation of the developed artistic projects.
VISIBLE X INVISIBLE
Producer: WASP Studios // Co-producer: 4Culture Association
Cultural project co-funded by the National Cultural Fund Administration
The project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or the way the project results can be used. This is entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.
Partners: The National University of Arts Bucharest, University of Bucharest
Media partners: Radio Romania Cultural, Modernism, Arta Magazine, Zeppelin, Feeder