On Friday, May 14, at 17:00, we invite you to discover the exhibition I feel something, don’t know what through a guided tour with Diana Marincu, curator of the exhibition, and Gavril Pop, master student at the Faculty of Arts and Design of the West University of Timisoara.
The exhibition I feel something, don’t know what is a project conceived in collaboration with Zachęta Project Room / Zachęta National Art Gallery, with the aim of generating a creative bridge between artists active on the Timisoara art scene and Polish artists who have participated in the exhibitions of the partner institution in Warsaw in recent years.
Curated by Magda Kardasz & Diana Marincu, this exhibition brings together 7 Timisoara artists invited to produce a new work (Lera Kelemen, Ana Kun, Andreea Medar, Carmen Nicolau, Pusha Petrov & Miki Velciov, Sorina Vazelina) and 6 Polish artists (Zofia Gramz, Janusz Łukowicz, Paulina Pankiewicz, Anna Siekierska, Mikołaj Szpaczyński, Marta Węglińska), starting from several intersecting thematic threads: The relationship between natural ecosystems and human intrusion; the imagining of anthropomorphic hybrid beings – extensions of multiple human hypostases; and the artists’ activist and ecological gestures towards the environment, the city and public space.
I feel something, don’t know what is part of the cultural project “Art in Action”, co-funded by the National Cultural Fund Administration.
The exhibition was made possible with the support of the Foundation’s permanent program sponsor, Banca Transilvania.
Also contributing to the realization of the exhibition were: the Polish Institute Bucharest, the Romanian Cultural Institute Warsaw, the French Institute Timisoara, the Association Timișoara 2023 – European Capital of Culture, ISHO, Thesaurus Wines, Illy, Agasi, Melbo Instal.
Media partners: The Institute, RFI Romania, Radio Romania Cultural.