[ FOLIAGE ]
— Concept proposal, event planning and coordination, public relations & social media, graphic design, curatorial work, set-design & installation
— New media and design event that brings to dialogue the city’s relationship with nature. Ceramic, vegetal, interactive and video installations can be explored on a musical background. Vegetal designed new media installation that invites you to a dialogue based on the city’s relationship with nature and the relationship of plants with the built environment. The vegetal infusion coordinated by various creatives from different domains is intended to underline the durability throughout the time of the building in which the event takes place, the Moteoru Mansion, as well as enhancing the already green surrounded space as a natural gesture for the life of the city. We coordinate Pantone’s color of the year “Greenery”, biophilia and the FOLIAGE concept. At nightfall, the installations are enhanced through new media – visuals in an initiative that you will experiment with all the senses.
— Poteca Studio – GREEN LAYERS
Vegetal design installation under BIOPHILIC DESIGN concept that highlights the relationship between space and nature by associating natural textures and shades of green. The impact of the installation is enhanced by joining the rich architectural style of the interior and the presence of natural elements controlled in a contemporary design. Noninvasive approaches show respect for the building’s architecture and history.
— Alina Turdean – EAT ME [ the Leaf series ]
“I was always ashamed to take. So I gave. It was not a virtue. It was a disguise.”Anaïs Nin, from The Diary Of Anais Nin
330 de leaf-biscuits with pattern imprints. A generous flock for your self-service.
33 years of the personal history of giving.
33 years of personal history always devoured unannounced. For you to savor till the last bite.
— Mădălina Teler_De Ceramica– Touch-mee-not/ceramic installation
Mimosa pudica is a tropical plant species characterized by a defense reflex: the leaves close quickly when touched, at low temperature or lack of light.
The generic name is derived from the Greek word mimos= actor or mime + the suffix –osa = resembling, suggesting its sensitive leaves which seem to mimic conscious life.
The proposed installation seeks to transpose into ceramic material, through transparency and color, something from the nature of this plant.
The marriage between the delicacy of the leaf and porcelain suggests the fragility of the plant, while the gradient color is reminiscent of the retractable movement of the leaf when touched.
— Vloop – Mirror Erro // visual installation
A broken mirror that compresses and expands time, disfiguring and reforming.
— collaborations: Poteca Studio // Galeria Imposibilă // De Ceramica // Vloop // Mad Piano
— graphic design: Valentina Puzderca // Poteca Studio // Alina Turdean
— exhibition part of Romanian Design Week collateral events, Monteoru Mansion Bucharest 2017