Centrul International pentru Arta Contemporana, Bucuresti va invita
Miercuri, 28 Aprilie 2010 la ora 17:00 la prezentarea:
PERFORMATIVE CITY PORTRAITS sustinuta de BETTINA HUTSCHEK (Germania)
Prezentarea insotita de proiectii va avea loc la The Ark -1, Calea Rahovei 196A, sector 5, Bucureşti.
The International Centre for Contemporary Art, Bucharest
Cordially invites you on
Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 17:00
to the presentation:
PERFORMATIVE CITY PORTRAITS
Germany based visual artist
The presentation will take place @ The Ark -1
Calea Rahovei 196A, sector 5, Bucharest
"My artistic practice is set on multi-disciplinary research and thus generates various forms: essay films, book works or performances, both in art and public spaces. Always based on observations from reality and on narrative practices, I juxtapose layers of fiction and reality in order to create “transitory spaces” - these transits procreate mental spaces and mythological narrations. My work deals with urban space, collective memory and politics of images, offering metaphors about contemporaneous phenomena." Bettina Hutschek
Bettina Hutschek is present in Bucharest for a residency in the frame of the project “Transient Spaces - The Tourist Syndrome”, an interdisciplinary project on the topics of contemporary mobility, tourism and migration, encompassing research, theory, practice, through workshops, seminars, conferences and art exhibitions in Italy, Lithuania, Romania and Germany in 2009 and 2010.
"Transient Spaces – The Tourist Syndrome" is a project by uqbar, Berlin, initiated by Marina Sorbello and Antje Weitzel, in cooperation with Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst and Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin; E-M Arts, Naples; ICCA/CIAC, Bucharest; Meno Parkas, Kaunas; funded with support from the European Commission and the German Lottery Foundation Berlin
Project supported in Bucharest by The Ark
How to get to the ARK?
By tram 32, bus 117 from Piata Unirii to Piata Chirigiu
By bus 136, 385, from Piata Unirii to MNAC, then 5 min. walk on Uranus St.