KIOSK, Chisinau: Collective Drawing

Collective Drawing
by Ana Nobre

invitation to trace lines in the square with the help of the body and of the cars

B68 – free zone /art space
31 mai 2013, ora 6:00 am – 6:00 pm
str. București 68/1, Chișinău

This action consists of the placement/setting of white paper over the entire area of the Bucuresti 68 Square, in downtown Chisinau. In this square also called B68 – Free Zone / Art Space is permanently installed, since 2009, the “flat space” an artistic work of Stefan
RUSU. Here are running several public events whit a cultural/social and/or an artistic character. Initially the square was designed for the pedestrians and now one can see how it is being filled by the cars, even during the artistic program that is taking place, thus
making them part of the physical setting.

Between the six in the morning and six o’clock in the afternoon of May 31st 2013, this square will be replaced with a white void that will be filled, first by the atmosphere of the square, the traces of the light, and almost for sure by the traces of the bodies of the passers, of their shadows, of their marks, and of the car-machine-body marks.

The movement of the light, of the bodies and of the cars will be recorded either on the surface of the paper and in photographic images. Paper and images will be included in the exhibition to be held   in Chisinau in Casa Zemstvei, in beginning of July 2013.

This action is part of the research project in Multimedia Arts – Photography, titled: From the Abyss to Open – Photographic Act, Performance and Supreme Fullness.
Materials: White paper, white glue, digital photo camera.

Ourique, 1984. Currently attends the second year of a PHD in Art and Multimedia at the Faculty of Fine Arts – University of Lisbon, with a grant from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology. Master in Multimedia Art – Installation and Performance and graduated in Communication Design from the same university. Develops and presents regularly work in Portugal, Italy and Moldova.

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