Artists: Constantin Basica, Alexandru Berceanu, Alyona Ciobanu, Ana Costea, Andrei Mitișor, Răzvan Pascu, Ionuț Răcoreanu, Agata Tabacu, Dilmana Yordanova
Curated by Anca Poterasu

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Atingeri Ușoare / O instalație de Alexandru Berceanu

Camera E12 – Atelierele Malmaison
Calea Plevnei 137 C, Bucharest


Atingeri Ușoare is an exploration of human fragility through the lens of memory, gesture, object and image. The installation by Alexandru Berceanu proposes an immersion through touch, story and auto ethnographic animation.

Atingeri Ușoare recreates a space of sensitive memory that subtly calls into question the opposition between rigid and hard technology and the soft, organic and implicitly fragile biology. Exploring everything from first memories to the most intense nightmares, through personal archival images, memorabilia and an interactive video system, the installation invites the discovery of the subtle and illusory fabric through which experience is filtered and networks of meaning are produced.

Atingeri Ușoare is a journey into the fragile and ephemeral space of memory through animations by Agata Tabacu and Aliona Ciobanu, a point of reflection embodied by Ana Costea in Dilmana Yordanova’s video-art putting into perspective our own fragility on the subtle connections present in this status quo. Constantin Basica’s compositions underline and counterpoint the visual and narrative elements in the sound space.

Proiect co-finanțat de Primăria Municipiului București prin ARCUB în cadrul Programului București Acasă 2023. Conţinutul acestui material nu reprezintă în mod necesar poziţia oficială a Primăriei Municipiului București sau ARCUB. Pentru informații detaliate despre programul de finanțare al Primăriei Municipiului București prin ARCUB, puteți accesa

Proiect co-finanțat de Administrația Fondului Cultural (AFCN). Proiectul nu reprezintă în mod necesar poziția Administrației Fondului Cultural Național. AFCN nu este responsabilă de conținutul proiectului sau de modul în care rezultatele proiectului pot fi folosite. Acestea sunt în întregime responsabilitatea beneficiarului finanțării

ARAC is a non-profit organization founded in June 2012, in order to produce and promote contemporary art in Romania and abroad. The initiative of the 58 Plantelor Residency belongs to Anca Poterasu, gallerist and ARAC President. The first edition of the Residency took place in 2015 and it was financed through a grant offered by Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the Romanian Government.