Archive for April, 2013

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TVR Cultural / Replacing Lenin

Interview broadcasted on TVR Cultural in May 2010. Copyright and distribution right owned by TVR Cultural. The three living sculptures are represented by three outstanding musicians: Alexandru Tomescu, who won the right to play the famous Stradivarius violin Elder-Voicu 1702 for five years; Horia Mihail and Razvan Suma who together […]

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TVR Cultural / Capitalist Hero Fresco

Interview broadcasted on TVR Cultural in September 2010. Copyright and distribution right owned by TVR Cultural. The fresco is a mirror of the former communist Romanian regime where images were usually homage to the working class heroes. Here, I also present new heroes enlisted to construct a new social system, […]

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Observator / Handgun

Interview broadcasted on Antena 1 in November 2011. Copyright and distribution right owned by Antena 1. “HandGun is a metaphor for human aggression and its symbol is the New Man, the individual has become a weapon. My sculpture was created to induce the idea of frustration and confirms the grim […]

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Where are we?/Ionuț Theodor Barbu

Interview by Daria Ghiu/Radio România Cultural/Dimineața Crossover “Ionut Barbu’s work refers to the sadness and misery of the situation of so many Romanians who are still caught in a Balko-Communist time warp, with a vaguely European flair. Decades of communist subjugation and excessive current political interests have created, in Barbu’s […]

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Mihai Zgondoiu

Interviu de Claudia Zidaru, Radio România Actualități “Since its removal from the base in 1990, Lenin was moved for 21 years between the Free Press Square, and the Mogosoaia Palace, until Ciocan found a secluded location. It seems however he has returned to take a nap on the steps of […]

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Radio România Actualități

Interview by Claudia Zidaru

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Porția de artă

Interviu de Olivia Nițis

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Vlad Stoica/Lea Rasovszky

Soclul infinitului

“The idea of ​​the plinth or platform as a base for art in public spaces has long passed. Carefully following the contest requirements (copy / paste) we decided to transform the plinth itself into an art object.” (Vlad Stoica and Lea Rasovszky)  

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