Will we ever meet again?
September 19 septembrie – October 27, 2019
Organised by Minitremu Association and the Târgu Mureș ARTeast Foundation, hosted by Spaţiul 2/2
Opening reception: Thursday, September 19 septembrie, 5 PM
The exhibition is a short retrospective of the four editions of contemporary art camp Minitremu, with a focus on its visual results, and is a Timișoara Art Encounters Biennale collateral event.
Minitremu Art Camp is an itinerant lab-camp designed to create both aesthetic and life-changing experiences. Year in and year out, the project has managed to bring together the creative forces of various contemporary artists and students from vocational schools and high-schools in Romania, Moldova and Hungary who had conversations, made presentations and took part, in workshops and practical exercises through various themes such as drawing, photography, installation art, performance, film, fashion and design. The activities were planned together with the artists invited and they had a strong connection to their interests through intuitive, open pedagogy which encouraged dialogue, reflection, research and teamwork. Current topics such as critical thinking, tolerance and friendship were the most frequently-used learning tools to understand and relate to the world today.
The results of the four editions that took place in Mitresti, Sacadat, Targu Mures and Gurghiu (Mures) are drawings, videos and video-performances, photos, artist books, documentary photography, etc. Yet, the most valuable things are not the ones that the students and artists left behind, but what they took with them for the future.
With the participation of artists: Simion Cernica, Alexandra Pirici, Xandra Popescu, Sorin Popescu & Dana Andrei @Politics of Football, Perrine Tiberghien @ABC Brusseles, Adorjani Marta @Matild, Răzvan Anton, Ágnes-Evelin Kispál & Kispál Attila de la spaţiul expoziţional MAGMA Contemporary Medium, Dan Perjovschi, Andra Matzal, Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan, Cristian Neagoe, Alina Popa & Florin Flueraș, Farid Fairuz, Pavel Brăila, Anetta Mona Chișa, Rose Marie Barrientos & Ciprian Homorodean, Manuel Pelmuș, Raluca Voinea & Edi Constantin, Andrei Dinu, Kisspál Szabolcs, Irina Botea & Jon Dean, Jaroslav Kyša, Sebesi Sándor, Ganea Adrian, Thea Lazăr, Bartha József, Bogdan Bălan and Jo Brăilescu /One World Romania as well as students and former high school students: Chelsea Grigoraș, István Rózsa, Ferenczi Botond, Claudiu Bordeianu, Bartha Gergő, Alexandra Țuţuianu, Iustinian Funie, Iris Nedea, Luisa Balaban, Evelina Alexandra, Szitai Eszter, David Gligór, Ştefania Timea Kiss, Claudia Moraru, Ana Bălan, Becsey Janka, Diana Vlasa, Emese Mezei-Szep, Moldovan Macrina, Ingrid Enache, Adriana Dincu, Zsófi Albert, Mara Ungurean, Alexandra Mot, Bianca Iordache, Radi Panka, Anastasia Comănescu, Sándor Zsuzsa, Loghin Szerena Zsanett, Ammann Katharina, Kiss Norbert, Diana Mărculescu, Carina Hârșan, Cătălina Ciburciu Cătălina, Ferenc Domokos, Ercse Zsuzsanna, Andreicut Carolina, Cătălin Alb, TudorPredescu, Cristian Palcu, Julia Cseke, Andreea Balan, Iulia Hulea, Bogdana Knapik, Viviana Pascu, Deborah Nagy, Havas Józsefnek, Beatrice Pele, Binca Jarcan, Ada Stan, Sebesi Sarolt, Marius Malai, Vlad Cristian Dragne, Radulescu Matei, Ruxandra Niţescu, Andreea Chirtoca.