The traveling NeoNlitic exhibition arrives inBanat
House of Arts Timisoara.
The NeoNlitic exhibition (http://neonlitic.ro/), organized by the Wood Be Nice workshop (http://woodbenice.ro/), moves between May 10 and 29 in Timișoara, at the House of Arts - Underground Gallery (Augustin Pacha Street No. 8). The team of 15 national and international artists brings together over 30 works of mixed media, lighting installations, wood carvings, resin, metal, paintings, ceramic and textile objects, animation and video mapping, all works having as a source of inspiration the aesthetic motifs of the Romanian prehistoric cultures: Hamangia and Cucuteni.
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The project, which consisted of two field documentations and workshops and 4 workshops for active networking, between creators, artists, archaeologists, makers and people involved in the creative and cultural industries, brings to the attention of the Timisoara public the traveling exhibition NeoNlitic, which hundreds of visitors crossed its threshold in Bucharest, at the Romanian Cultural Institute and in Brașov, at Visssual.
In NeoNlitic exhibit: Daniel Loagăr and Andrei Cornea (founders of Wood Be Nice and initiators of the project) and guest artists: Sasha Meret (US), Andreea Toma, Irina Maria, Raluca Bajenaru, Marius Gheorghe, Marian Codrea, Beaver, Roxana Tomescu, Lucian Simion, Alexandru Claudiu Maxim, Gabriel Marin, Misha Diaconu, Evghenia Gritscu (UKR).
The opening of the exhibition will take place at the Underground Gallery, on Friday, May 10, starting with 19.00.
The NeoNlitic exhibition is curated by Mihaela Ion, cultural manager with over 12 years of experience in the field of international creative and cultural industries, founder of the Revista Atelierul and Noaptea albă projects of product creators and designers.
NeoNlitic can be watched, free of charge, from 10 to 29 May, from Tuesday to Friday, from 11:00 to 19:00 and on Saturday, from 15:00 to 19:00.