Wake up call… at midnight

I went on Friday to NAG in Bucharest which turned out to be a really nice experience. I got to see some friends I didn't have time to get in touch with lately and meet other inspiring people that I hope to see more of in the future. One of the reasons I wanted to… Continue reading Wake up call… at midnight


Hate free zone

During my vacation in Prague I went to see the DOX - Centre for Contemporary Art. It was my favorite part of the trip, but I'm not going to talk about what I saw inside. Instead I'm going to tell you how I saw what I saw. On the front door there is a sticker… Continue reading Hate free zone

Working on The perfect home is my perfect home

This project started like a search in a moment when I felt like I had no place both physically and spiritually and although I still do not feel like I have a physical place, I no longer feel the need for one. During the search I got to the conclusion that my perfect home is… Continue reading Working on The perfect home is my perfect home

One does not simply have a favorite…

... when there is so much good art around. I was asked what was my favorite miniature at Miniartetxtil - To weave dreams and I don't know what to say. I like something about most of them. For some, I really like the title. For instance, this was a show-stopper for me. I was just… Continue reading One does not simply have a favorite…

The wonderful nightmare

During the opening of Miniartetxtil 2016 - To weave dreams, I also met Gertraud Enzinger, who made a wonderful representation of a nightmare. Now, you may think wonderful and nightmare do not belong in the same sentence, but they do when it comes to art. Why? Because art (visual art in this case) can make… Continue reading The wonderful nightmare

See it with your own eyes

There are three artists on my must see list that also exhibited at this year's Miniartextil - To weave dreams: Janet Echelman, who is my favorite textile artist ❤ Numen / For Use, which was the most fun art experience so far 😀 and Nao Kimura, whose "Methamorphosis" turned out to be my favorite installation… Continue reading See it with your own eyes