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From local to planetary: changing the way of life

Gilles Clément in dialogue with Civic Movement R-Urban /

27 July 2021, 6 pm
Casa Filipescu-Cesianu, Calea Victoriei 151, Bucharest

“As planetary gardeners, we depend on all the biological diversity that we harness for a living. We must preserve it to ensure a future. What kind of model do we want to develop, to allow both the exploitation of diversity for the benefit of an expanding world population, and the preservation, in quality and quantity terms, of that diversity on which we depend? We must respond to this question as quickly as possible if we are not to succumb to the inevitability of irreversible forces of destruction, but rather to develop in every conceivable field a mental territory of optimism – a garden.” (Gilles Clément, 2021)

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12 - 28 June
Floreasca Sports Hall
Aviator Popa Marin 2

With: Eliahu Adler, Liliana Basarab, Pied la Biche, Z. Blace & Co, Irina Botea & Jon Dean, Anetta Mona Chișa & Lucia Tkáčová, Eduard Constantin, Josef Dabernig, George Doroș, Enric Fort Ballester, Florin Flueras, Henry / Bragg, Adriana Ghiață & Eleodor Unguraș, Vlatka Horvat, Tadija Janičić, Hortensia Mi Kafchin, V. Leac, Maria Marshall, Dan Perjovschi, Corneliu Porumboiu, Cristian Rusu, Cristian Răduță, Gabriele de Santis, Sergiu Sas, Șerban Savu, Fin Simonetti, Dorian Szasz, Davide Tidoni, Iulia Toma, Mona Vătămanu & Florin Tudor, Alexandru Vitzentzatos

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The Experimental Station for Research on Art and Life

This is a project, a site and the expression of a utopia. It is a bet and a promise, an experiment and an investment into a future we can still shape.

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Resilience Governance through Commons

Webinar organised by atelier d’architecture autogérée & Remix the Commons /

Online event
Saturday, 27 March 2021 from 11:00 UTC+02-16:00 UTC+02

The first C4R seminar organised by AAA, Remix the Commons and and other C4R partners and collaborators (CASCO,, NetHood) focuses on the concept of resilience governance.

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The Art of Activism and the Activism of Art

FEINART Lecture Series with Gregory Sholette, Artist, Activist, Writer /

19.03.2021 – starting at 5:00pm CET

In the frame of the FEINART lecture series the author Gregory Sholette approaches his subject from the unusual dual perspective of commentator (as scholar and writer) and insider (as activist artist). He describes a new wave of activist art taking place not only within community-based protest groups, as it has for decades, but also amongst professionally trained, MFA-bearing art practitioners, many of whom, by choice or by circumstance, refuse to respect the conventional borders separating painting from protest, or art from utility.

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The Problems and Horizons of Socially Engaged Art Today

FEINART Lecture Series with Prof John Roberts /

The Future of European Independent Art Spaces in a Period of Socially Engaged Art

We are proud to announce the first of the FEINART Lecture Series.

On March 5 at 18:30 CET Prof John Roberts from the University of Wolverhampton will give a lecture on ‘The Problems and Horizons of Socially Engaged Art Today’. The talk will address the core questions of democracy, collaboration, and autonomy and will be moderated by Prof Karen van den Berg of Zeppelin University.

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2012 Alphabet Book

A project of The Last Archive 2020 /ști and The Last Archive present:
2012 Alphabet Book

With: Sergiu Nisioi, Mihaela Gheață, Ramona Gheorghe, Cătălina Gubandru, Raluca Popa, Adina Ochea, Bogdan Ghiu, Ștefania Mihalache, Irina Gheorghe, Eduard Gabia, Rucsandra Pop, Raluca Croitoru, Cristina Vasilescu, Sebastian Sifft, Nicoleta Moise, Ioana Stanca, Sillyconductor, Simona Dumitriu, Crina Marina Mureșanu, Anetta Mona Chișa, Simona Nastac, Raluca Ilie, Elena Vlădăreanu, Andrei Dósa, Diana Dogaru, Alex Axinte, Vlad Brăteanu, Vasile Leac, Ilinca Luca

The project will be launched in a video format online, on the 21st of December 2020, at 7 p.m.

Watch the film on Vimeo

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From Near to Far

Visual Cartographies of the Spaces 2 Mai and Vama Veche /

October 15th – November 15th, 2020
The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Bucharest

An exhibition organised byști
Curator: Iuliana Dumitru

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The Legacy Bucharest Bucuresti salutes the opening of a new project in its former space on Gazelei Str. 44, The Legacy | Bucharest.

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The new graphic companion ofști /

The last specimen of Hyophorbe amaricaulis, also called “the loneliest palm in the world”, unlike other endlings in this world of quickly disappearing species, did not have a nickname. Until today.

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FEINART (The Future of European Independent Art Spaces in a Period of Socially Engaged Art)

FEINART (The Future of European Independent Art Spaces in a Period of Socially Engaged Art) is a European research programme in art and social engagement, funded by the Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network.

The project is the first interdisciplinary investigation of art and social engagement on a European-wide basis, and will conclude in 2024.

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Doctoral programme in the area of socially engaged art

European Training Network FEINART /

FEINART - Extension of Recruitment Deadline
Due to the Covid-19 crisis and the uncertainty about travel, we have decided to extend the recruitment deadline until the 31st August 2020.

The European Training Network FEINART – “The Future of European Independent Art Spaces in a Period of Socially Engaged Art” is offering 11 Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) positions. FEINART is an ambitious interdisciplinary doctorate research programme funded by the European Union as part of the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) Action. Successful candidates will undertake a 3-year doctoral programme in the area of socially engaged art, with positions starting preferably in October/ November 2020.

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ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit:

ERSTE Stiftung