Cristina David explores with humour and (self)irony the relation between artistic practice and daily life, through drawings, videos, performances and installations with an overall conceptual twist. Based in Bucharest, she studied Mathematics and Photography and took part in artistic residencies in Vienna (2017), Prague (2016), Seydisfjordur, Iceland (2015), Santa Monica, California (2012) and in exhibitions at Frei_raum Q21, Vienna (2017), Kunstverein Baden (2016), Kyiv Biennial 2015, The University of California Irvine University Art Gallery, Los Angeles (2013), Manifesta8, Murcia (2010), among others.
Ștefan Sava’s projects combine photography, video, performance and object, based on an extensive process of theoretical reflection and research. He is particularly interested in the way in which history can be visually reactivated through an analytical approach. Sava holds a PhD in visual arts and has exhibited in the Riga Photography Biennial (2016), Vienna Biennial (2015), Venice Biennale, The New Gallery of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Venice (2015), Kunsthalle Winterthur (2015), Benaki Museum, Athens (2015), Braunschweig Museum of Photography (2013), etc. He lives and works in Bucharest, where since 2011 has been part of Salonul de proiecte’s team, an independent art space and curatorial program.
Jaro Varga is a commentator on creation and destruction, seeking out subtle details of what is lost while looking after what’s just being born. His practice encompasses geopolitical topography, the production and archiving of knowledge, social faux pas and forgotten moments in history. Varga lives and works as an artist and curator in Prague and has a PhD in visual arts. He exhibited at The 8th Floor Gallery in New York (2016), Prague Biennale 6 (2013), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul (2013), Grazer Kunstverein in Graz (2011), Vienna Secession (2010), etc. In 2018 he designed a site specific installation for Sonia Rykiel 50th anniversary.