Roberta Curcă,Tudor Ciurescu,Taietzel Ticalos
25 May – 30 June
Electroputere Gallery continues the series of exhibitions initiated in 2016, dedicated to the concept of repetition in contemporary visual art.
The repetition describes a unique set of situations or events and can only be understood by contrast with generality. Art and technology are often sources of repetition as no artistic or technological use of an element is equivalent to other uses.
Digital art based exclusively on technological support pushes this quality to a certain limit by bringing artistic production close to the movement rhythm of capitalism; Digital art and Net Art completely removes the replica altogether by translating it into another moment and place, in this context in the world-wide-web network.
The „Open Patterns” exhibition proposes an artistic and meditative exercise from the perspective of three types of artistic production based on rehearsing theme inspired by the realm of digital reality and technological engineering.
Roberta Curcă (b, 1991 in Craiova) is an inter-disciplinary female artist, combining academic research with drawing, photography & objects, currently working on a Ph.D. in cultural studies at the Center of Excellence in Image Studies in Bucharest, and at the moment she is continuing her research in Rome, Italy. “Repetition”, a necessary prerequisite for continuity, plays an important role in her artwork as a constant form through which new ideas actually surface from seemingly banal actions.
Tudor Ciurescu (b. 1996 Craiova) is a visual artist and student at Ecole Cantonale D’Art Lausanne. His practice is spread across different mediums, experimenting with new image rendering techniques. In 2018 he studied in Silicon Valley (USA) and at the Center for Scientific Research in Trieste, Italy, in the frame of the program ScientificA's Art + Science Residency. The main theme of his works is located at the boundary between object and image, from memes to Bitcoin, in a comic an absurd key.
Taietzel Ticalos (b. 1986 in Craiova) is a visual artist based in Bucharest and Berlin. Her artistic practice investigates the transmutation of reality into the virtual space and contemplates the development of digital narrations. She focuses on sexual objectification, social media as consumer media, digital performance and digital re-enactment. Between 2014-2016 she coordinated ,aside Gabriela Mateescu, the mobile group Nucleu 0000, a flexible collective of young Romanian artists.