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The Block for Housing



Friday, 31st of January – Sunday, 2nd of February 2020

The public presentation will be held on Saturday, 1st of February 2020, between 5.00 pm and 7.30 pm.

tranzit. ro/Iași,
Elena Doamna, nr. 37, Iaşi

The Block for Housing meets in Iasi from January 31 to February 2, 2020, in order to further increase the alliance between autonomous groups and active organizations for housing justice in several cities in the country. We will discuss our most recent collective projects - The Action Platform for Housing Justice in Romania (2018) and Action against Labour Exploitation and Housing Deprivation (2019) - as well as the project we are now starting From knowledge production to political mobilization for public housing as solution to the housing crises created by capitalism(2020), supported by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung.

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ORBITING MODERNITY: FROM THE STEAM ENGINE TO THE GALACTIC DEBRIS



Can we cool a burning planet? Degrowth, technology, and the Green New Deal

Lecture & public discussion
held by Gareth Dale (Brunel University, Londra)

Thursday, 30 January 2020, 7 pm.

tranzit. ro/Cluj,
Napoca St, no 16, I floor, Cluj

In these past years, tranzit.ro/Cluj has developed an investigation deployed on multiple levels (philosophy, sociology, economy) and various formats (conferences, seminars, workshops, exhibitions) on the topic of capitalist modernity and its double legacy – as intellectual and material resources for critique and social progress, but also the challenges and contradictions that the project of modernity carries within itself and are exploding nowadays in acute ways.

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Cultural Management Award



14.01.2020

tranzit.ro managerial team (Raluca Voinea, Livia Pancu, Attila Tordai-S.) won the Cultural Management Award within the AFCN [Administration for the National Cultural Fund] Awards 2019.

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tranzit.ro/ Bucuresti leaves its space on Gazelei Str. 44



Starting with the end of this year, tranzit. ro/ București closes the gates of its space on 44 Gazelei Str. in Bucharest, where it functioned for 7 years. Until the relocation to a new venue, we will be working nomadically, continuing the ongoing research projects and preparing the projects in 2020, among which we mention the exhibtion „From close to afar. Visual cartographies of the space in 2 Mai and Vama Veche”, curated by Iuliana Dumitru and co-financed by AFCN.

tranzit. ro will continue to function in its spaces in Cluj and Iași, as well as through other collaborations and partnerships.

We hope in Bucharest too we will go back to the normalcy of a permanent space very soon! We wish you a nice winter and we will be happy to see you more often at your events, organised in other spaces and institutions in the city!

From here to there

event by Larisa David /


In frame of the Classroom projects initiated by tranzit.ro/Cluj, Larisa David hosts an evening where she will present a performance and a selection of videos made by Vangjush Vellahu, Taietzel Ticalos, Lili Huston-Herterich şi Helen Anna Flanagan.

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Launch of Corner magazine #7 & #8



CORNER fottball + society
Combo launch

Monday, 16 December 2019, 7 p.m.

tranzit.ro/ București, Str. Gazelei nr. 44, sector 4

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Book launch and debate



Friday, 13th December, 6 pm, at tranzit.ro/Cluj, we gladly invite you to a round table discussion around these topics, occasioned by the publication of two recent books: Costi Rogozanu, Epoca de mijloc, and Alex Cistelecan, De la stânga la stânga. Lecturi critice în câmpul progresist (Tact, Cluj, 2019) .

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Dan Perjovschi in tranzit: 30 years of freedom



tranzit. ro/Iaşi
Str. Elena Doamna, no. 37, Iasi

Thursday, December 12th, 2019, at 7.30 pm

tranzit.ro/Iași invites you on Thursday evening to participate in a free discussion about the state of the art and the artist here and elsewhere, with Dan Perjovschi. The theme suggested is generally concerning the Romanian cultural scene in its transition to capitalism, therefore we are waiting for a discussion, hopefully meaningful that will be livestreamed on tranzit. ro facebook page, through the aLIVE program.

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UNCERTAIN XENOLITHS – future remnants of a haunted geology

An exhibition by Anca Bucur /


Opening: Thursday, 12 December 2019, 7 p.m.
Finissage: Saturday, 21 December 2019, 7 p.m.

tranzit.ro/ București, Str. Gazelei nr. 44, sector 4

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SATELIT

a new initiative on the cultural scene in Iasi. /


At the end of 2019, tranzit.ro/Iași is proud to announce publicly the support for Satellite Association, a new presence on the local and national scene. Initiated by our former colleague Delia Bulgaru, together with the artist Andrei Timofte, Satellite - in its NGO formula, has already organized its first project "Independent artistic initiatives: Presentations and debates in the public sphere of Iasi" in the second half of the year, having the public presentation between November 21 and 22, 2019 with guests from Romanian independent scene: Alexandru Muraru (Matca artspace, Cluj-Napoca), Miki Braniște (Colectiv A, Cluj-Napoca), Dana Andrei and Sorin Popescu (CORNER football + society, Bucharest) , Flaviu Rogojan (Here There Pop Up Gallery, Cluj-Napoca)

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Minna Henriksson: Iasi X Ray

Exhibition /


tranzit. ro/ Iaşi,
Elena Doamna, nr. 37, Iaşi

The exhibition can be visited by appointment until the 31st of January 2020 at the new space of tranzit. ro/ Iași.

Iasi X-Ray is an outcome of research which artist Minna Henriksson conducted together with artist/curator Florin Bobu and historian Alexandru Bounegru in Iasi during 2017-18. The subject of their research was Second World War commemorative monuments, which had disappeared in late 1980s or early 1990s. During their research, Henriksson, Bobu and Bounegru met with several people relevant for the topic and visited different archives. They encountered rumors about the destiny and current whereabouts of these monuments, but did they lead to actually locating the monuments?

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Analysis of the Orbán regime from a political economy perspective



What's the situation in Hungary? How does the Orban regime work and why? The latest issue of the Journal of Social Theory "Fordulat" analyzes current Hungarian political, economic and social processes. Many narratives about the "NER" have been born. The unique contribution of this issue is that its authors (members of the Working Group for Public Sociology "Helyzet") do not examine the Orbán regime as a unique political construct, but within a broader historical, political economy framework on the basis of world system theory.

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Minna Henriksson: Iasi X Ray

Exhibition /

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ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit:

ERSTE Stiftung