Artistic Research in
Public Space Art

Held By:
Ștefan Rusu
Dan Acostioaei
Andrei Timofte

Reimagining Public Space

The workshop will be focused on teachniques of re-appropriation of public space through contemporary art and social practice. in this format we will explore curatorial strategies and art practices from nearer and more distant contexts, such as Republic of Moldova and Tjikistan (Central Asia).

Artistic Research in
Social Design

Held By:
Maarten Baass
Sérgio Correea
Alexandra Ghioc

Multitasking praxis

Understanding communication design as a multidimensional and transdisciplinary activity, nurtured through professional experience and educational training, is allowing the design process to integrate research, theory, critical thinking, with technical skills, creativity, experimentation and evaluation, offering innovative solutions as culturally, ethically and professionally appropriate.

Artistic Research in
Documentary Photography

Held By:
Alina Șerban
Matei Bejenaru

How to Read Documentary Photography?
Contemporary Approaches and Practices

The revalidation of the idea of ​​document in contemporary art, through photography or film, brings back to the arena, perhaps more intensely and with greater immediacy than we might expect, the ethical and social (community) implications that this type of artistic practice triggers.

Curatorial Research in
Exhibition Studies – Module 1

Held By:
Eszter Szakács
Zoltán Ginelli
Giuliana Vidarte
Cristian Nae

Exhibiting Research

Our talk introduces the curatorial research methodology and concept of Transperiphery Movement, a contemporary art and research exhibition presented at the third edition of OFF-Biennale Budapest in spring 2021.

Personal archive of Dr. Mamadou Diouf. In the framework of the research project Afro PRL by Bartosz Nowicki.

Curatorial Research in
Exhibition Studies
– Module 2

Held By:
Mick Wilson
Cătălin Gheorghe

Curatorial Frameworks for a Decapitalist Option

The workshop proposes to discuss reactions towards different forms of colonial practices, understood as being dominant capitalist in a disrupted socio-economical territory. These reactions can be arranged in liberatory exhibition formats based on artistic investigations oriented towards relational practices as processes of re-socialisation.

Curatorial Research in
Exhibition Studies
– Module 3

Held By:
Bojana Piškur
Cristina Moraru

Arts and culture within the Non-aligned movement
and what to do with this legacy today

The NAM has seen a revival of sorts in recent years; of course I am not talking about the political movement itself which still exists and has more members than ever before (120) but about the “idea” of the NAM, a kind of alternative mondialisation the movement propagated from the beginning, a desire to create a more just, equal and peaceful world order.