A group show titled The Domino Effect opening on Saturday, 21 November 2020 at Gaep Gallery in Bucharest. For the show, curated by Tevž Logar, every artist in the gallery programme was invited to choose one work from another artist, in alphabetical order.
From Tevž Logar’s note about the show:
“Although an art gallery serves as a small community comprised of artists, gallerists, curators, collectors and other audiences engaged with art, the exchange between these groups can sometimes seem superficial and limited. That was the starting point for this exhibition, which tries to rethink the commercial gallery as a community and to challenge its programme. Not from the perspective of the gallerist, curator or collector, but from that of the artists themselves, who represent the core and the most important part of the community.
Titled The Domino Effect, the exhibition is the result of an interesting experiment, which gradually selected the artworks through choices made by the artists. A simple structure was applied: every artist in the gallery programme was invited to nominate one work from the following artist, in an alphabetical order. The idea was not to create a mechanism that linked the exhibited artworks, but to stimulate exchanges and connections between artists. In other words, the exhibition dismisses the framework of a classic thematic presentation by rejecting a dominant theme and calling for a break, with the aim of self-reflection.”
With: Răzvan Anton, Pavel Brăila, Radu Cioca, Felipe Cohen, Vlatka Horvat, Ištvan Išt Huzjan, Sebastian Moldovan, Tania Mouraud, Damir Očko, Raluca Popa, Marilena Preda Sânc, Mircea Stănescu, Ignacio Uriarte
My work, Disruption (Scattered Lines), was selected by Felipe Cohen.