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From Fake Mountains to Faith (Hungarian Trilogy)

An exhibition by Szabolcs KissPál /


20 December 2016 - 20 February 2017
Opening: 20 December 2016, 7 pm

tranzit.ro/ Cluj,
Brassai Sámuel St. 5

Opening speech by Zoltán Kékesi

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[de]limitations

Exhibition by Larisa David /


tranzit.ro/Cluj
str. Brassai S. nr.5, Cluj

Opening: Thursday, 26th of March, at 8 pm.

26 March – 29 May 2015

The project takes over the mechanisms of reiteration, dissemination and performance of group identities based on the content of history textbooks for primary school, over the last 25 years, and stage them in Cluj.

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When is happiness possible?

Exhibition by h.arta group /


Opening: 17 April 2014, 7 pm

tranzit. ro/ Cluj
Str. Brassai Sámuel, nr. 5

Curator: Attila Tordai-S.

Is happiness an individual matter, is it possible in the vicinity of others` unhappiness? In a context of extreme right discourses becoming increasingly visible in the public space, where the intrusion of capital in all aspects of society being increasingly obvious, where losing the inalienable rights such as water and clean air are lost, and the extreme disrespect for life becomes acceptable, how to overcome the idea of happiness as a prescription, of happiness as a duty of the neoliberal individual? The project examines the promotion of violence, the removal and concealment of those unhappy, the double standards, the transforming of despair and poverty in individual guilt in a society where the word "happiness" follows us from billboards, from media, from the norms of everyday life.

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LOST AND LOST

A project by ZSOLT VISKY (Gilles the Postman) /


Opening: Friday, 28 February, 2014, at 8 pm.
Venue: tranzit. ro/ Cluj, Brassai Sámuel Str., nr. 5, Cluj

opening speech:
Zsuzsa Selyem


Lost and Lost grew out of the project Gilles, the Postman. Zsolt Visky initiated and carried out a slow courier service transporting small packages from person to person throughout Europe by bicycle. Starting in Cluj, he connected people across great distances, delivering to Budapest, Vienna, Venice, Basel, Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg, Paris, London and many places in between, inviting participants to be a part of what happened in the time and space covered by the route. The project aimed to slow down interactions, showing a different way to relate to the fast-paced world, while proposing an alternative way to communicate with the people in our lives.

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Children should be supervised when consuming this product

exhibition by Vlad Iepure /


Time: 28 January - 12 February
Venue: tranzit. ro/ Cluj, Brassai Sámuel Street, no. 5, Cluj-Napoca
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 3-6 pm.

Curator: Attila Tordai-S.

The exhibition is devoted to the sunflower seed whose trading succeeded to bypass both the control of socialist and communist regimes and also the neoliberal one for a good period of time. Eventually it became one of the most regulated products in Romania. By law it is decided how and where you can produce, distribute, consume or discard the rest.

The project is based on a research of the modes of production and distribution of the sunflower seeds (Floarea Soarelui), on what Romanians often consider as specific local and traditionally Romanian. The artist presents different sunflower seeds from South America, Germany, Hungary etc. which arrive as products on the local market. All this happens in the context that Romania is one of the leading exporters of the sunflower seeds.

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tranzit.ro/ Cluj: Société Réaliste - Universal Anthem



Opening on Thursday, 12th of December, 7 p.m.
Brassai Sámuel Street, no. 5, Cluj-Napoca


Société Réaliste, in cooperation with computer engineer Frédéric Mauclère, has developed a software calculating average musical notations from MIDI files. The artists used this new software to calculate the average national anthem of the 193 member states of the United Nations.

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tranzit.ro/ Cluj - Elske Rosenfeld - A Vocabulary of Revolutionary Gestures



tranzit.ro/Cluj invites you at the exhibition of

Elske Rosenfeld
entitled

A Vocabulary of Revolutionary Gestures. (Materials from a work in progress)

The Opening will be on Thursday 10th of October 2013.

During the opening the artist will present a performance of 15 minutes: “She turns her head, she lifts the pen. A vocabulary of revolutionary gestures”.

The exhibition can be visited between
October 11th – November 7th 2013,
Monday to Friday, 15:00 – 18:00.

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tranzit.ro/ Cluj - Daniel Knorr - Instant Community



Daniel Knorr
INSTANT COMMUNITY
30.05.2013-12.07.2013
opening: Wednesday, 29 May 2013, 6 pm

Address: str. Brassai Samuel nr. 5, Cluj
tranzit.ro/ Cluj

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tranzit.ro/ Cluj - Miklós ERHARDT: Instrumental


tranzit.ro/ Cluj
28th of January 2013 – 4th of March 2013

An exhibition by Miklós ERHARDT
INSTRUMENTAL

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tranzit.ro/ Cluj - No Place for Roma?

exhibition within the series of events PATA RÂT 2012. ROMA PUSHED TO THE MARGINS /

Around 1,500 people (42% of them being moved by local authorities) live in the four distinct locations of the isolated and polluted area of Pata Rât. Day-by-day they suffer not only the effects of spatial segregation and substandard housing conditions, but also of racism and discrimination. This cause challenges local and national authorities, as well as fellow citizens of Cluj.

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