Jul. 2017 - Aug. 2017
|Cristina David’s artistic practice employs text, photography and video as main means of expression and documenting the artist’s personal and peculiar view on the world, herself and the passing of time. Her projects bring forth more than often performance, gestures and installations with a playful and ironic, overall conceptual twist. With a BFA at the Photo-Video Department from the National University of Arts in Bucharest and a MFA from the Art Academy Of Bergen, Norway, Cristina David was engaged in various artistic residencies, in Seydisfjordur, Iceland (2015), Vienna, Austria (2014), Santa Monica, California (2012), Bratislava, Slovakia (2011), etc.|
Her works have been shown in exhibitions such as “The School of Kyiv”, Kyiv Biennial 2015, “Few Were Happy with their Condition: Video and Photography in Romania”, Kunsthalle Winterthur (2015), “What about (y)our Memory?” (2014) and “Good Girls. Memory, Desire, Power” (2013), The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, “Involuntary Memory”, The University of California Irvine University Art Galley/Room, Los Angeles, USA (2013), “Global without Globalisation: From Mathematics to China”, Salonul de proiecte, Bucharest (2012), „Dump Time. For a Practice of Horizontality”, Shedhalle, Zurich (2011), in Manifesta8, Murcia,Cartagena (2010), “Blind Date”, Museum of Contemporary Art of Finland, Helsinki (2006). She was awarded the Henkel Art Award, Romania, in 2011 and won the First Prize at the “Alternative Film/Video 2006”, Belgrade. Cristina David lives and works in Bucharest, Romania.