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[23/05-24/07/2013] Bucharest International Biennial of Contemporary Art @FSPUB

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Facultatea de Științe Politice a Universității din București (FSPUB), partener al Bienalei Internaționale de Artă Contemporană București (BB6), anunță deschiderea spațiului expozițional BB6 din incinta sediului FSPUB din str. Spiru Haret 8 ce găzduiește instalațiile FREE TEXTS: An Open Source Reading Room (Stephanie SYUJCO) & FEAR (Matei ARNĂUTU)

De asemenea, ca eveniment paralel BB6, FSPUB organizează în perioada 27-29 iunie 2014 conferința internațională interdisciplinară SCOPE: Science of politics / La science du politique / Știința politicului.

Intrare liberă.




Matei ARNĂUTU (b. 1978, Bucharest) has graduated from the National University of Arts in Bucharest, Faculty of Fine Arts, major in Painting, class of prof. Florin Mitroi. In 2007 he presented his dissertation at the Faculty of Fine Arts, West University in Timișoara. At present he is a PhD. student at the National University of Arts in Bucharest, coordinator prof. dr. Cristian-Robert Velescu. In 2001 he participated in the international exhibition "Balkan Youth Festival" in Litohoro, Greece and in 2002 he received second place in painting for the exhibition "Accents and Fingerprints", Apollo Gallery, Bucharest. In 2008 he exhibited at Mora Gallery under the title "Join" a series of common objects which are recontextualized in the space of the gallery. In 2011 he took part in the second edition of the exhibition Experimental Engraving organized at "Ion Manu" Cultural Center in Otopeni, which had as an attraction point the notion of Flash Code. In 2011 he participated with a series of lamps cnoverted from calculator plates, old postal boxes or willow baskets in the group exhibition "Lost&Found". He started to exhibit at and be represented by Anaid Art Gallery since 2012 with a great exhibition entitled "Rembo's Dream", part of the 6th Edition of the Galleries' White Night in Bucharest.

Stephanie SYUJCO creates large-scale spectacles of collected cultural objects, cumulative archives, and temporary vending installations, often with an active public component that invites viewers to directly participate as producers or distributors. Working primarily in sculpture and installation, her projects leverage open-source systems, shareware logic, and flows of capital, in order to investigate issues of economies and empire. This has included starting a global collaborative project with crochet crafters to counterfeit high-end consumer goods; presenting a parasitic art counterfeiting event, "COPYSTAND: An Autonomous Manufacturing Zone" for Frieze Projects, London (2009); and “Shadowshop,” an alternative vending outlet embedded at The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art exploring the ways in which artists are navigating the production, consumption, and dissemination of their work (2010-11). She is currently collaborating with the FLACC Workplace for Visual Artists in Genk, Belgium, on a new body of works utilizing 3-D scanning of Belgian and Congolese antiquities to produce hybrid ceramic objects addressing the legacy of colonialism, empire, and trade routes. Born in the Philippines, she received her MFA from Stanford University and BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She is the recipient of a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship Award and a 2009 Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Award. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, and included in exhibitions at MoMA/P.S.1, the Whitney Museum of American Art, SFMOMA, ZKM Center for Art and Technology, Germany; Z33 Space for Contemporary Art, Belgium; Universal Studios Gallery Beijing; The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; and the California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, among others. In 2007 she led counterfeiting workshops in Istanbul and in 2009 contributed proxy sculptures for MOMA/P.S.1's joint exhibition, "1969." Recently, she has expanded into the curatorial field with the exhibition “Lossy” at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and has essays included in the forthcoming Journal for Design Strategies published by Parsons, The New School and within a book on alternative art education to be published by Phaidon.