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s.a.b.a.- Video Manifestos 2015-2021

video, HDV, 16'44''

SABA - Silvia Amancei și Bogdan Armanu (n. 1991, Iași și Timișoara) sunt un cuplu artistic care lucrează împreună din 2012. Practica lor artistică poate fi situată la granița dintre științe sociale și artă vizuală, cercetând metode și exemple prin care arta și mijloacele artistice pot fi instrumentalizate pentru a stimula capacitatea de a vedea dincolo de capitalism și de a crea un viitor (comun). Printre expozițiile lor personale recente se numără “s.a.b.a 1979-####” (2020, Lubliana, SI), “It was always in plain sight” (2020, București, RO), „If Then What After” (2019, Baden, AT), „What Past? What Future?” (2017, Linz, AT), „Depression, Uncertainty and other symptoms of Mortality” (2016, Lodz, Polonia), iar lucrările lor au fost arătate în numeroase expoziții de grup, printre care “Rewriting Our Imaginations” (2020, Basel, CH), „Go, Stop, Stay” (2019, Debrecen, HU), „STRIKE GENTLY AWAY ____” (2019, Salzburg, AT), „Displacement and Togetherness” (2019, Bruxelles, BE), „Capital’s Time Machine” (2018, București), „Baywatch” (2018, Berlin, DE), „Alternative Facts” (2018, Stuttgart, DE), „Bienala Odessa” (2017, Odessa, Ucraina), pentru a menționa doar câteva.

SABA - Silvia Amancei and Bogdan Armanu (b. 1991, Iași and Timișoara) is an artist couple working together since 2012. Their artistic practice could be positioned at the border between social studies and visual art, researching for methods and examples where art and artistic means can be instrumentalised in order to overexcite the ability to look beyond capitalism and create a (common) future. Among their recent solo shows are “s.a.b.a 1979-####” (2020, Ljubljana, SI), “It was always in plain sight” (2020, Bucharest, RO), “If Then What After” (2019, Baden, AT), “What Past? What Future?” (2017, Linz, AT), “Depression, Uncertainty and other symptoms of Mortality” (2016, Lodz, Poland), while their works have been present in many group exhibitions among which “Gangwon Triennale” (2021, Gangwon, KR),  “Rewriting Our Imaginations” (2020, Basel, CH), “Go, Stop, Stay” (2019, Debrecen, HU), “STRIKE GENTLY AWAY ____” (2019, Salzburg, AT), “Displacement and Togetherness” (2019, Brussels, BE), “Capital’s Time Machine” (2018, Bucharest, RO), “Baywatch” (2018, Berlin, DE), “Alternative Facts” (2018, Stuttgart, DE), “Odessa Biennial” (2017, Odessa, Ukraine), to name just a few.