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Irina Botea Bucan: In the zone of transition, the building will have a future, she said...

September 6December 8

Irina Botea Bucan: In the zone of transition, the building will have a future, she said...

Dana Gallery

 

Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current socio-political dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future, she said... is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public, gestures and behavioral fragments, and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public.

Opening reception and Artist in Conversation with Professor Mirela Tanta, Milliken University, Art History Department, September 7 at 5 p.m., Dana Gallery

Performance of Mad Forest by Caryl Churchill, excerpted and directed by Jesse Murphy ’18, November 30 and December 1 at 6 p.m., Dana Gallery

 

Image: Irina Botea Bucan, still from Stone. Paper. Skin, 2016, Courtesy of the artist

 

  • Irina Botea Bucan: In the zone of transition, the building will have a future, she said.
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