JURNAL DE VIRUS. Desene sonore
— 27 SEPT – 3 OCT / 16:00-22:00
JURNAL DE VIRUS, Desene sonore este o instalație sonoră rezultată din colaborarea Ioanei Vreme Moser cu Dan Perjovschi, doi artiști care lucrează cu medii de expresie diferite: sunetul și desenul.
Instalația JURNAL DE VIRUS, Desene sonore ilustrează prin discurs narativ o serie de optsprezece desene realizate de Dan Perjovschi în timpul carantinei. Artistul a invitat mai multe persoane din domeniul artistic să povestească fiecare, într-un mod personal, fără restricții, conținutul desenelor. Pentru a reda vocile înregistrate, Ioana Vreme Moser a construit 16 obiecte sonore, difuzoare ce folosesc coli albe de hartie ca membrane de rezonantă. Hartia fiind suportul primar pentru desenele lui Perjovschi.
Celenk Bafra, Istanbul
Robert Bajenaru, București
Luchezar Boyadjiev, Sofia
Ivet Ćurlin, Zagreb
Alina Georgiana Teodorescu, Londra
Valentina Gervasoni, Bergamo
Shihoko Ida, Nagoya
Ana Kun, Timișoara
MAGMA, Sfântu Gheorghe
Diana Marincu, Timișoara
Monotremu, Târgu Mureș
Simona Năstac, Londra
George Rosu, Cluj Napoca
Nathalie Shin / Haily Grenet, Paris
Courtney Tramposh, New York
Raluca Voinea, București
Eva Volkmer, Berllin
Trevor Yeung, Guangdong
Ioana Vreme Moser
b.1994 Timișoara, Romania / living in T10 – Berlin
Ioana Vreme Moser is a transmedia narrator and sound artist engaged with research activities, electronic poetics, and ludic notations.
She develops her practice around the inconspicuous gestures of everyday existence, altering and transforming mundane objects that she finds in her intimate environments in an attempt to explore the links with their collected memories. She places electronic components and control voltages in different situations of interaction with organic materials, lost and found items and environmental stimuli.
Her works are dominated by sardonic narrations, bits and pieces of garbage, anachronous circuitry and low-tech technologies that resound in diagrams, sound-sculptures, hand-made instruments or sound-performance setups.
Active mainly in Eastern Europe, she has been closely engaged with the Electroacoustic Music Studio Krakow, Kinema Ikon experimental group and Simultan, Media Art Association, Timisoara. Currently, she is based in the T10 artist collective, Berlin.
b. 1961 Sibiu, lives and works in Bucharest and Sibiu
Romanian-born Dan Perjovschi is an artist who mixes drawing, cartoon and graffiti in artistic pieces drawn directly on the walls of European and American museums and contemporary art spaces. These drawings – both witty and incisive – comment on current political, social or cultural issues or events. His stark style of line drawing allows him to condense the conflicts and dilemmas of the world into a rapid-response commentary that is both political and honest.
Perjovschi’s artistic practice has been influenced by artists of the 1960s and 1970s, newspaper cartoonists, the international art scene, and mainly by the media. In order to reach more people with his satirical thoughts on society, Perjovschi opted for the popular language of political cartoons. Inspiration for his drawings comes from a multitude of sources: conversations, rumours, newspaper articles, gossip, television, and global or local events. The illustrations are simple black marker line drawings, sometimes accompanied with succinct wordplay or punch line captions. With just a few strokes, Perjovschi sums up the current state of affairs with regard to religion, terror, nationalism or consumerism. The results are a hybrid of graffiti and activism with the best qualities of a good newspaper cartoon.