Exhibition “The Golden Flat – Last Carnival” opens at MTR

The exhibition “The Golden Flat – Last Carnival” opens tomorrow at The Romanian Peasant’s Museum in Bucharest, a release from the institution informs, quoted by Mediafax. Alexandru Poteca’s exhibition illustrates the novelty of perception and the connexions which occur the moment when one comes in touch with the object of perception.

“The Golden Flat” is an installation with and about old and used-up objects, devoured by their own function, incapable to stir any emotional and aesthetic flicker in a blasé beholder, but which prove to be a source of aesthetic and conceptual unpredictability. Beyond the documentary value of the ambient created in the exhibition space – all objects come from modest 70s and 80s homes and were recently recovered – the visitor experiences the pleasure of transgression, of leaping beyond the everyday habits of glance and thought. The old functional ensemble of an ordinary home turns into an unexpected baroque theatre. The furniture pieces and accessories are turned into artistic means. Object-sculpture is an older interest of the artist, but, this time, his quests beyond the aesthetic. The exhibition is running until August 26.

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