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Fri, Jul 09


Romanian Cultural Institute

Art Fridays: Studio Conversations with Ioana Stanca

In Pursuit of Textures and Tactility

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Art Fridays: Studio Conversations with Ioana Stanca
Art Fridays: Studio Conversations with Ioana Stanca

Time & Location

Jul 09, 2021, 2:00 PM – 2:20 PM

Romanian Cultural Institute, 200 East 38th Street, New York, NY, USA

About The Event

Ioana Stanca (b. 1987) belongs to the young generation of Romanian artists. She studied painting at Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, Italy and at the National University of Arts in Bucharest, were she received her B.F.A and M.F.A.

In her works, Ioana emphasizes texture and tactility, and this interest has pushed her to expand towards other media besides painting and to focus on different techniques of working with textiles. The sewing machine, which she uses to create embroideries and installations, has become part of her creative universe not just like a simple tool but more like an extension of her artistic will.

Don’t miss the premiere on our Facebook, IGTV and YouTube on July 9 at 2 p.m. New York & Toronto time / 11 a.m. Los Angeles & Vancouver time / 9 p.m. Bucharest time. Watch also on our website and other social media accounts anytime later.

Exploring the fabric and its possibilities as a border between one’s body and the world, Ioana Stanca is seeking to create her own universe, one that is populated with soft sculptures and studio pieces in different shapes and dimensions. In her works one can distinguish images of anthropomorphic scissors, female bodies or coils. In addition, as she has increasingly become interested in conservation, various recycled fabrics have been integrated into the production process as a way to question the enormous quantity of fabrics swallowed by the textile industry.

Ioana’s STUDIO is just a generic name of a place where ideas take solid shapes. It can be anywhere: a room, a beach, a table or even her own body. What makes the studio is the artist’s presence and her sewing tools, seen as extensions of her hands.

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