Variables as Absence of Uniformity - Romanian Artists exhibit at Wetterling Gallery

Written by Natalia Muntean

Featuring artworks by six Romanian artists, Variables as Absence of Uniformity, has freedom as the centrepiece idea that the exhibition revolves around. Through varied artistic means and interpretations, the six Romanian artists invite the audience to an intergenerational conversation about manners in which socio-political and ecological changes might impact and shape one’s perception of freedom.

Lia Perjovschi (b. 1961) has been creating thought-provoking art for nearly four decades, focusing on social dynamics and resistance. Her work spans various mediums, from performance to installations, often highlighting the female form as a powerful symbol of empowerment.

Mădălina Zaharia (b. 1985) is an artist and filmmaker whose practice blurs the lines between art, design, and storytelling. She uses language and visual elements to transform exhibition spaces into arenas for conceptual discourse and abstract entertainment.

Giulia Crețulescu (b. 1994) takes an interdisciplinary approach, creating objects that explore the relationship between human beings and objects. Her work invites viewers to consider the potential for new identities and ontologies.

Iulia Toma (b. 1974) uses textiles as a medium to weave narratives that address social issues such as feminism and social justice. Her work speculates on ecological futures and the role of adaptation in hostile environments.

s.a.b.a. (Silvia Amancei & Bogdan Armanu) have been collaborating since 2012, combining their backgrounds in mural art and painting with new media to challenge the physical and conceptual limits of objects within a capitalist framework.

The show is a collaboration between Stockholm-based Wetterling Gallery and the Bucharest-based Ivan Gallery and is on display at Wetterling Gallery in Stockholm until July 5th.