This platform was not meant to provide answers, but to ask questions and to try to create a liaison between the past, the present, and the future. The main purpose was to present a map of the creative Romanian artistic scene, here and now, without pretending to show its entirety.
An agora was set up in the middle of the exhibition where the public could sit and embrace the creation around. The visitor was at the center of the exhibition, witnessing performances, immersing themselves in the participatory practices, in order to be one with the flow of the exhibition.
We are so familiar with the famous slogan - “Art is political”. In reality, art is also, above everything else, a movement. This particular platform was an invitation to step into the art process- to become part of it, and to experience it from the inside, through existing artwork or art pieces that were specifically commissioned for this exhibition. Painting, installation, drawings, and sculptures were presented; highlighting different practices, such as embroidery, oil, comics, natural textures, papers, and objects from daily life.
Among the artists who exhibited were Alex Mirutziu, The artist and Himself at 29, Arantxa Echevarría, Ciprian Mureșan, Cristian Rusu, Daniela Palimariu, Ioana Stanca, Marius Bercea, Mircea Cantor, Radu Cioca, Răzvan Anton, Răzvan Boar, Șerban Savu, Vlad Nancă și Vlad Olariu.