Pump Up Your Artistic Muscles On The ‘INTERSECTION’ Teaser

The three days art event will be happening in Bucharest (Halele Carol) next month (28-30 May). INTERSECTION, a spiced mixture of contemporary art exhibitions, workshops, performances, films and DJ sets, is the “wonderkid” of Work in Progress (Romanian entity focused on contemporary artistic projects) and The RE:ART (thereart.ro), one of those artsy websites you can’t stop scrolling. The main idea of INTERSECTION is to emphasize the way that different types of art are able to complete each other, giving birth to more beautifully twisted forms of art.

Just take a look at this heavy, badass, ghost-building! So many things could be happening in here!

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“The event will focus on the concept of intersection, revealing how, within an unconventional space, various art forms can communicate and creatively enrich together the space with different meanings that the viewer is invited to discover and connect the works with the architecture of the building, its context, with sound and motion”, the organizers explain.

Most of the activities are free-entry, although, some of them require pre-ordered tickets. Click here for details.

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Cultartes Magazine not only supports these kind of manifestations, but it strongly recommends people’s active participation. Do yourself a favor and be there at the end of the next month. Meanwhile, check out this teaser, created by 360view & Haihai.

Photo: Dragos-Radu Dumitrescu

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Romanian self-taught writer, interested in contemporary art, unconventional culture and gonzo journalism. He's been writing for almost a decade while doing shitty jobs for a living. He's agnostic, supports a censorship-free world, he reads way less than he wants and he enjoys feminist porn.

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