PAST PRESENT – Fragments of memory

September 19th, 2023|Categories: News|

  collective performance Hosted by: Ioana Marinescu, Iulia Mărăcine, Smaranda Găbudeanu and Andreea David   The mould is the imprint of an object on a surface, a negative of form, palpable memory.  To the ancient Greeks, memory was the imprint on the soul of a past event. You are invited to take part in a collective performance, an exercise in remembering framed by the action of mould making. Fragments of personal and collective memories will interfere with physical actions. You are welcome to bring an art work, a story, a text, a song, a small object or a photograph as [...]

International Program in Scenography

September 9th, 2023|Categories: News|

GALA  On September 9, 2023, starting at 6:00 p.m., TIME SHIFT GALA will take place, a public closing event of the International Scenography Program (September 1-10, 2023) at the Roman Castrum in Ovidiu. During the Time Shift Gala, the public will be able to interact with the invited international artists and will also be able to view the installations made during the workshops of the International Program in Scenography. Besides all of this, there will also be a series of art works and installations specially invited to the Gala. The event will be presented by Pavel Bartos and will [...]

PAST PRESENT. Fragments of memory. Bucharest-Pompeii-London

July 21st, 2023|Categories: News|

Opening event: 18:00 Friday 21 July 2023 with performance at 19:00 London-based Romanian artist Ioana Marinescu is in residence with Bucharest-based choreographers Smaranda Găbudeanu and Iulia Mărăcine. Working with archival image, video, soundscape, testimony and live performance, PAST PRESENT explores ways to recuperate cultural memories that have all but been erased.

Dreams and Guilt. Exhibiting counter-narratives

July 17th, 2023|Categories: News|

Beaconsfield, 22 Newport Street, London SE11 6AY. Dreams and Guilt. Exhibiting counter-narratives invites artist-researchers to share their experiences of surfacing diasporic stories in the UK. The symposium asks:   What drives us in bringing to light repressed histories, often linked to our own place of origin? What are the commonalities and the differences between these silenced voices and the ways we attempt to access them?    What are the barriers to the public sharing of buried histories and why might a visual art framework and the mechanisms of processual installation be conducive to articulating counter-memories?     Presentations by Jumana [...]

In three days the grass will grow

March 23rd, 2023|Categories: News|

Performance and visual installation 20 and  21 aprilie, 7.30pm /𝗦𝗔𝗖@Malmaison etaj 2, Atelierele Malmaison, Calea Plevnei 137C Concept: Ioana Marinescu Performers: Smaranda Găbudeanu, Iulia Mărăcine, Katia Pascariu, Andreea David Special guest: Aurelia Anton Film: Laurențiu Calciu Video and sound editing: Cristian Văraru Costumes: Doina Apreotesei Production: Ana Turoș _____ What is left when apparently there is nothing left?  The 19th century archaeological excavations in Pompeii revealed voids formed by the decomposition of organic matter beneath layers of calcified ash. Once filled with plaster, a series of casts took shape – 'stone bodies' trapped as in an eternal sleep. Following [...]

Past Present. The archive and the body

September 7th, 2022|Categories: News|

What is left when there is nothing left? “Past Present. The archive and the body” is an art project that explores the relationship between body, memory and archive in various displaced communities from radically destroyed places. Through performative means, we activate the remnants of communities immobilised in a traumatic historical time, as well as of disrupted worlds: the demolition in the 1980s of the neighbourhoods around the former Uranus Hill, Bucharest, and the body casts of the ancient inhabitants of Pompeii trapped under lava during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79. Archival fragments and memories are interpreted and reactivated [...]

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