January 18 - February 8, 2013
Module, shape, space – these three elements point out the exhibition of the young ceramist Vladimir Buzdugan. The geometric microstructures coagulate into minimalist shapes. In the rigorous construction, the intervention of the modular segments breaks rigidity. Moreover, colour alternances, texture and relief appear on the surface of pieces. The strong point of the exhibition consists in the way the whole surface of the work is fragmented, in the different means the artist chooses, as well as in pieces’ relationship with the space they are displayed into.
Vladimir Buburuzan introduces us in a world of geometric shapes; he puts down a series of relational possibilities between the modular structure and the given/re-created space. Resembling the lego pieces, his rigorously achieved works are permanently in perfect equilibrium, which hints at the outdoor/indoor architectural structures. It’s interesting to have an eye on the way the artist solves the equation of spatialization by making each work empathize with the exhibition display.
Curator: Georgiana Cozma
Presents: Simona Tănăsescu
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