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București: Expoziția Pasaj, Michele Bressan, Lea Rasovszky, Larisa Sitar

15 iunie @ 21:17 EET

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Pasaj
Artisti : Michele Bressan, Lea Rasovszky, Larisa Sitar
Curator: Diana Marincu
Manager de proiect: Alina Bucur
Vernisaj: Noaptea Alba a Galeriilor, vineri, 23 mai 2014, ora 19.00
MNAC Anexa, Calea Mosilor nr. 62-68, etajul III, Bucuresti
23 mai – 22 iunie 2014

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Pasaj este al doilea episod al colaborarii dintre Michele Bressan, Lea Rasovszky si Larisa Sitar, dupa Voiaj din 2011 (de la MNAC Anexa, etajul al II-lea). Luand ca punct de pornire teoria „celui de-al treilea spatiu” a lui Edward W. Soja, expozitia reflecteaza asupra strategiilor conceptuale si artistice de creare a unui nou spatiu mental, un „pasaj” necesar in configurarea propriei identitati si in intelegerea celuilalt. Situat intre doua universuri polarizate, fie ele paradigme de gandire, stari afective, vis si trezie, pasajul ofera celui care il traverseaza posibilitatea de a-si regandi pozitia, depasind dialectica dintre realitatea stiintifica si cunoasterea mistica.
Respectand o structura narativa clasica alcatuita din episoade dispuse cronologic, aceasta a doua intalnire dintre artisti pare sa urmeze firesc calatoriei incepute impreuna. Ajungand intr-un punct esential de trecere intre doua lumi, se deschide o noua harta a traseului, plina de interogatii si incertitudini, suspendate in afara trecutului sau al viitorului, incercand sa extraga din „excesul spatial” ceea ce de obicei este reprimat.
Desenul apare la Larisa Sitar ca o fantoma a unor imagini vazute sau doar mostenite, imprimate difuz in imaginarul personal, revendicandu-si dreptul de a deveni vizibile. O statuie acoperita cu muschi reprezinta o metafora vizuala a uitarii si a memoriei umane, precum si a capacitatii naturii de a invada locurile uitate de om. Povestile culese din sate din Maramures despre intamplari fantastice, sub forma de instalatie sonora gandita in colaborare cu Lea Rasovszky, pot fi credibile pentru cei dispusi sa-si flexibilizeze criteriile rationale de cunoastere a lumii. Instalatia este pentru toti artistii prezentati o metoda de a provoca situatii noi prin care privitorul devine adesea actant si isi alege propriul traseu de parcurgere a spatiului. Lea Rasovszky creeaza instalatii in care textul si obiectul se completeaza reciproc, lumina si intunericul functionand ca metafore pentru discrepanta dintre dorinte si rezultate. Michele Bressan exploreaza rutina si mecanicitatea unui gest prin punerea in evidenta a erorii care da un caracter personal oricarei actiuni (cum ar fi lucrarea ce porneste de la textul lui Emil Cioran „Plictiseala e senzatia bolnavicios de clara a timpului ce te asteapta, in care trebuie sa traiesti si cu care n-ai ce sa faci.”). Lucrarea „Fine” citeaza finalul unei naratiuni cinematografice, din care se pot reconstrui fragmentar anumite scene fictive pornind de la semnele concrete din jur sau fantomele propriilor obsesii legate de sfarsit.
Ca un comentariu asupra barierelor vizuale si conceptuale cu care ne confruntam, lucrarile expuse patrund discret in contextul spatiului, evocand familiaritatea cotidianului si, in acelasi timp, nostalgia unui spatiu utopic.
Expozitia poate fi vizitata de miercuri pana duminica intre 10.00 si 18.00.
Expozitie produsa de NAG#8

Sponsor: Raiffeisen Bank
Parteneri: Jecza Gallery, Zaganu, Ad Production, Business Alliance Consulting
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Pasaj [Passage]
Artists: Michele Bressan, Lea Rasovszky, Larisa Sitar
Curator: Diana Marincu
Project manager: Alina Bucur
Opening: White Night of the Art Galleries, Friday, May 23, 2014, 19h00
MNAC Anexa, 62-68 Calea Mosilor, the 3rd floor, Bucharest
May 23 –June 22, 2014

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Pasaj [Passage] is the second installment of the collaboration between Michele Bressan, Lea Rasovszky and Larisa Sitar after Voiaj [Journey] in 2011 (MNAC Anexa, 2nd floor). Starting from Edward W. Soja’s “third space” theory, this exhibition reflects on the artistic and conceptual strategies that create a new mental space, a necessary passage in setting up personal identities and understanding the other. Located between two polarized worlds – thinking paradigms, emotions or the blurry boundary between dream and awakening – the passage offers to the subjects the possibility of renegotiating their positions, thus overcoming the dialectics of science versus mysticism.
Following a classical narrative structure consisting of chronologically laid-out episodes, this second meeting between the three artists naturally continues the journey they have begun together. In this point of transition between two worlds, a new map configures the route, rife with questions and uncertainty, suspended outside the past and the future, trying to extract from the “spatial excess” the elements which are usually repressed.
Drawing appears in Larisa Sitar’s works as a ghost of perceived or simply inherited images which finely imprinted on her personal imagination as if claiming their right to visibility. A statue covered in moss is a visual metaphor of forgetting and human memory as well as of the capacity of nature to colonize spaces deserted by man. The folk stories told in Maramures villages recounting supernatural occurrences make up a sound installation, a collaborative work between Larisa Sitar and Lea Rasovszky, and can become believable for those open to relaxing their rational criteria for understanding the world. Installation is for all three artists a way of provoking new situations through which the viewers often become players themselves, choosing their own path in the space. Lea Rasovszky creates installations using objects and text that complement each other, light and darkness acting as metaphors for the discrepancy between desires and actual outcomes. Michele Bressan explores the routine repetition and mechanical character of a gesture by emphasizing the error that confers a personal touch to human actions (for instance the work starting from a text by Emil Cioran: “Boredom is the sickeningly obvious feeling which announces the time ahead of you, the time which you must live through and for which you have no use”). The work entitled “Fine” quotes the ending of a film narrative from which one can partly reconstruct certain imaginary scenes starting with the actual surrounding cues or the ghosts of one’s own obsessions for the end.
As a commentary on the visual or mental obstacles which we face every day, the exhibited works discretely populate the context of the space, evoking a familiar imaginary which evoke a familiar feeling of everyday existence, as well as the nostalgia of a utopian space.
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 10.00 – 18.00
Exhibition produced by NAG#8

Sponsor: Raiffeisen Bank
Partners: Jecza Gallery, Zaganu, Ad Production, Business Alliance Consulting

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15 iunie, 2024
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21:17 EET
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