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[Profile] CRISTIAN RĂDUȚĂ | SPACE, VARIABLE DIMENSIONS (ARCHIVES OF FAILED MISSIONS AND GOLDEN RECORDS)

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When Richard Serra jotted down the series of active verbs as a list of instructions to re-enact in his work process – thus preceding the actual gesture and generating the action – he most probably did not imagine it would become an iconic episode in the history of art. A guide for many other tri-dimensional artists. To roll, to crease, to bend, to fold, to twist, etc. – the linguistic epitome describing the work gestures of such creators. Cristian Răduță – an artist situated at the ever difusing border of sculpture and installation – rolls, creases, bends, folds, twists, etc. every day.

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ANDREEA DIACONU | FLASH INTERVIEW

in ABOUT PEOPLE

If you could have anyone in the world over for dinner, who would you invite?

David Sedaris or Rebecca Solnit.

Name three things you and your partner (or pet) have in common. 

We have everything in common since we’re all the same and one. 

What do you value most in a friendship? 

Honesty, openness and insight into oneself. 

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Textile stories. Reflections on the Romanian Blouse as an element of social cohesion

in FASHION

IA – a majestic concept. A two letter word denominating an entire creative universe. A product of collective traditional design with an individual author, IA a.k.a the Romanian Blouse, is a textile narrator. The intricate embroidery on foam-white hemp tells a story. And each story is unique and immortal.

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CIRCA 1703-3071 | Laura in Wonderstore

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