after urban . romania | ITSLIQUID

after urban . romania

Uncategorized | September 22, 2007 |

NOMAD (Load/Flow/Mix) . Romania – October 3-7, 2007
After Urban – International ArtExpo Collection

General Information.
Nomadic art unravels a new relationship between video images, architectural spaces and the public, while deconstructive gestures profile a specific artistic behaviour. The Nomad project emphasizes the tensions created in-between architectural immobility and the mobility of the beholder, between the movement of video imagery and the static spectator.

NOMAD Load – component of the events cycle NOMAD – has the purpose of producing video intervention projects site-specific, in ex-centric geographical and cultural spaces. NOMAD Load proposes that artists explore the urban space of Bucharest, ‘load’ it with that certain other and imprint into it a visual ‘movement’.

.curator Luca Curci
.place NOMAD (Load/Flow/Mix) urban video festival in Tineretului Park and Herastrau Park, Bucharest – Romania

.artists
Luca Curci
. Italy | Cristina Hortiguela . Spain | Tom Estlack . USA | Jill Turner . USA | Jussara Felix Figueredo . USA/BR | Magda Matwiejew . Australia | Giusy Lauriola . Italy | Bryan Lauch . USA | Gregory Steel . USA | James Johnson-Perkins . UK | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | Marta Alvim Marinho . Portugal | Patricia Ward . Germany | Patricia Alex . Spain | Marcela Pavia & Leonilde Carabba . Italy

Are you an artist, architect, designer? Would you like to be featured on ITSLIQUID platform? Send an e-mail to info@itsliquid.com or fill the form below

RELATED POSTS


Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after…

Art | January 26, 2021

Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after Abstract Expressionism features sculptural work in the Guggenheim collection from the 1960s and '70s by six artists who helped redefine the legacy of postwar art in the United States. The works in this exhibition -produced by Lynda Benglis, Maren Hassinger, Robert Morris, Senga Nengudi, Richard Serra, and Tony Smith- respond to and critique the innovations of Abstract Expressionist painters by emphasizing process, material, and performance. Read more


INTERVIEW: KATHERINE SPINELLA

Interviews | January 15, 2021

Katherine Spinella (american, b. 1985) transports the refuse of commerce into fractured, elevated, and philosophically personified artifacts through multi-media collage. Using digital manipulation, printmaking, sculpture and video installation in her process, recent projects investigate ideas of post-humanism and the symbiotic relationships between plant, animal, and human. Read more


Ebony G. Patterson

Art | January 15, 2021

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM) presents an exhibition of new works by Ebony G. Patterson, reflecting on her evolving exploration of the garden as metaphor. The exhibition combines an immersive installation in the Front Gallery juxtaposed to a monumental, multilayered paper collage extending from CAM’s 60-foot-long Project Wall. The new works represent Patterson’s expansion into a new phase of her practice, emerging from the foundation of her past garden-themed constructions. Read more


GERHARD RICHTER: CAGE PAINTINGS

Art | January 14, 2021

Gerhard Richter’s Cage paintings (2006) will remain at Gagosian Beverly Hills until April 3. They were a cornerstone of the artist’s retrospective, Gerhard Richer: Painting After All, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York last year. In conjunction with this key group of six paintings, a new group of drawings created by Richter on consecutive days during the summer of 2020 is being shown for the first time. Read more


Sign up for our Newsletter.

Enter your email to receive our latest updates!