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[danielapalimariu.ro] SALON VIDEO, in perioada 26 – 27 Aprilie, intre 17.00 – 22.00h, la ALERT studio,Bucuresti

April 25, 2012
Prima editie SALON VIDEO se deschide la ALERT Studio in Bucuresti, Joi 26 aprilie 2012, ora 17.00.
Salonul e deschis intre 17.00 si 22.00, Joi 26 si Vineri 27 aprilie.
Salon Video este o platforma de expunere a artei video, printr-un program constant si accesibil. In urma unui apel deschis + invitatii personale, am ales o serie de lucrari video care, explorand directii vizibil diferite, ni s-au parut relevante pentru acest moment.
Printre cei 19 artisti care expun lucrari la Salon Video 1 se numara Dragos Stefan (CT), Eliodor Moldovan (Tg Mures), Tatiana Fiodorova (Chisinau), Floriana Genes (IS), Raluca Croitoru (CT), Simion Cernica (B/LA), Florin Bobu (IS), Catalin Burcea (B), Liliana Basarab si Costel Chirila (B/IS), Alina Buga (B).
Salon Video isi doreste sa expuna publicul interesat la o varietate de lucrari video si, in acelasi timp, sa prezinte lucrarile artistilor romani intr-un context international. Fiecare editie are ca partener o organizatie sau grup de artisti din alta tara, cu care se face schimb de lucrari video. La prima editie acest partener va fi ClarkHouse din Mumbai, India (www.clarkhouseinitiative.org).
Evenimentul are loc o data la 2 luni, iar fiecare editie Salon Video va explora noi forme de prezentare si perceptie a artei video, in locatii diferite.
Salon Video este initiat de Daniela Palimariu, cu sprijinul lui Dan Basu, al Cristinei David si al spatiului artistic ALERT Studio (www.alertstudio.org).
ALERT studio este un proiect independent initiat de Raluca Demetrescu, Alina Buga si Catalin Burcea cu scopul de a crea o platforma de cercetare  si promovare a productiei artistice contemporane. Asumandu-si functia de spatiu laborator, Alert Studio propune o intalnire intre artisti, idei, directii si discursuri din zone conceptuale si spatii culturale diferite. Sunt importante si apreciate gandirea critica si interogatia ca metode de cercetare a contextului cultural-artistic contemporan.
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SALON VIDEO’s first edition opens at ALERT Studio on Thursday, April 26th at 5 pm.
Viewing: Thurs. 26th and Fri. 27th, 5 to 10 pm.
Salon Video is a platform for showcasing video art by artists from Romania and Moldova, through a constant and accessible program. Following an open call for + a few personal invitations we have selected a group of video works which cover a wide range of themes and mediums, thus becoming a relevant collection for the present moment.
Dragoș Ștefan (CT), Eliodor Moldovan (Tg Mures), Tatiana Fiodorova (Chișinău), Floriana Genes (IS), Raluca Croitoru (CT), Simion Cernica (B/LA), Florin Bobu (IS), Catalin Burcea (B), Liliana Basarab și Costel Chirilă (B/IS), Alina Buga (B) are among the 19 artists included in the program.
Salon Video wishes to expose the interested public to a variety of video works and, in the same time, to present the works of Romanian artists in an international context. The event takes place every 2 months, and each edition partners with a foreign artists’ group with which video works are exchanged. For the first edition we are exchanging video works with the artist-run space ClarkHouse from Mumbai, India. www.clarkhouseinitiative.org

At each edition, Salon Video will look for new ways of presenting and experiencing video art, in various locations (including, but not limited to art galleries and artist-run spaces). We encourage proposals for collaboration from interested organizations or individuals.
Salon Video is initiated by Daniela Palimariu, with the help of Dan Basu, Cristina David and the artist-run space ALERT Studio.
ALERT studio is an independent project initiated by Raluca Demetrescu, Alina Buga and Catalin Burcea in order to create a platform of research and promotion of contemporary artistic production. Taking on the function of a laboratory space, Studio Alert proposes a meeting between artists, ideas, directions and speeches from different areas of conceptual and cultural spaces. Critical thinking and interrogation are important and valued as research methods in the contemporary cultural and artistic field.
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