Art is for me the only way to actively engage myself in protest and highlight issues of present day reality that need to be altered, so my works often reveal a concern with environmental issues or human rights violation. I see my work as an instrument which seeks to change and shape the individual, society and the world we inhabit, in a close relation with the reality, permanently affected by it. The themes that I tackle are ancillary to revolt, art is a shout, a chance to toss that "status quo", often found in contrast with necessary and radical changes.
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EDUCATION: 2009 - present Ph.D. student in Visual Arts 2006 - 2008 M.A. in European Cultural Policies, Faculty of Art and Design, Timisoara 2004 - 2006 M.A. in Painting, Faculty of Art and Design, Timisoara 1999 - 2004 Painting, Faculty of Art and Design, Timisoara 1995 -1999 Painting, Bogdan Suput High School, Novi Sad (Serbia)
ONE PERSON EXHIBITION: 2009 “ECO” Calina Gallery, Timisoara
GROUP EXHIBITION: 2010 Timisoara Synagogue; Timisoara, Oradea, Cluj - Art Booth; Timisoara "Do not kill" 2007 “Habitation Ethic” 2006 “Social Challenge, Responsibility and Play” 2005 “Environmental ethics” Contemporary Utopia Festival, Mansarda Gallery Timisoara, UNAgaleria Bucharest 2004 “Noima” Museum of Arts, Joy’s Café, Arad “28” Gallery, Museum of Arts Timisoara
REFERENCES: 2008 Mihai Iancu, “Prohibited Lives” Time Out Bucharest 2009 Alexandra Titu, “Reality as Responsibility” “ECO” Calina Gallery, Timisoara 2010 Anca Leu, “Sorin Oncu” Art Clue, Bucharest
CATALOGUE: Calina Gallery, “ECO” Timisoara 2009