Quarantine Projects

Quarantine Projects was designed to decrease the distance placed between us by this context of social isolation and to help us learn about our community of like and unlike minded people, from close and far away.

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Raluca Mișca / Naples

Yes, I get my inspiration a lot from my dreams and I have transposed symbols into my works, which are elaborations of the subconscious.

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The Living-Room

We consider it is the ideal time for the re-inventory of our environment, to discover the expressive potential of the ordinary objects we are surrounded by without giving them any credit from this perspective.

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Lavinia Crețu / Sibiu

The way to find your own path is way more easy-focused by already stylizing your knowledge or by ditching what you think you don’t need after following the experiment.

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Daniel Nagy / Oulu

I like black. It’s the simplest color.

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Alia Bakutayan&Daniel Tufiș / Bucharest

 Art for us is a way of life, we cannot separate our personal life from artistic and design activities.

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Anca Brânzaș / Champery

I imagine that the next day I am no longer alive and then I suddenly try as hard as I can, I know there is no time to waste! But it also works with good music that I can eventually dance to.

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Isa Balog / Rennes

The technique I use is not related to previous projects, but the starting point and the questions remain the same: the subjectivity of memory and the diversity of points of view.

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Raphaëlle Boutié / Paris

Always playing with what I have in mind, a universe, and what the arm is doing! A game or a struggle, it depends.

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Florin Magda / Alba Iulia

The elements and themes that frequently appear in my works are those that still ask me questions and are waiting for answers.