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My language and my movement only come into being in dialogue with you / with them / with that: “I” am a relationship.

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A Parallel Modernity. Soviet Architecture 1956-1991

exhibition, Centro Cultural São Paulo / at /




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Ladislava Gažiová

artist in residence September 2014, Czech Republic /




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Buldozer privindu-se în oglindă (Bulldozer watching itself in the mirror)

A project by Cezar Lăzărescu / ro /


8, 9, 10 August 2014
The esplanade of the Iaşi Palace of Culture
Inauguration: Friday, 8 August 2014, 19.00h

In 1997, the Iaşi artist Cezar Lăzărescu imagined a project for the public space around the Câlnic castle, part of an exhibition organised by the Bucharest SOROS Centre for Contemporary Art . His proposal at the time – Buldozer privindu-se în oglindă (Bulldozer watching itself in the mirror) –, however, did not materialise until now, in 2014, when tranzit. ro/ Iași committed to putting it into practice as part of the project Mecanica unui proiect de artă în spațiul public din Iași (The mechanics of a contemporary art project in the public space in Iaşi).

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Propaganda walks

A workshop with and for Andreas Fogarasi and Christian Mayer / ro /


Together with: Luminița Apostu, Dan Acostioaei, Florin Bobu, Delia Bulgaru, Bogdan Chelariu, Cezar Lăzărescu, Sorana Lupu, Cristina Moraru, Cristian Nae, Andrei Pripasu, Alex Tănăuceanu and Ionuț Toma.

tranzit. ro/ Iași has organised for two days a marathon event, with a semi-public character, with no photographic documentation. Projection and memory were the main instruments used in order to design and later to reconstitute the 12 tours made in pairs, 1:1. The twelve "guides" (artists, curators, theorists, one architect and one translator from Iași) offered one tour each to one or the other of the two invited artists, the latter being accompanied, as a result on six personal propaganda walks.

Originally designed as a propaganda service that tranzit. ro/ Iaşi could offer its guests, this institutional practice takes one step further and becomes externalised, thus creating infinite possibilities of imagining an urban space, both for the hosts and the guests.

The propaganda walks were designed for the first time as an institutional practice by Livia Pancu, on the occasion of the ENPAP - European Network for Public Art Producers meeting organised by the Vector Association in Iaşi in 2011.

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Azuga Summer School

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This summer, tranzit.ro/ București has the privilege and the joy of being partner of the project “Azuga Summer School”:

1-9 August 2014
Azuga, Prahova county

In the period 1-9 August there takes place the third edition of Azuga Summer School, an annual project of cultural intervention and education through art initiated in 2012 by the choreographers Mihaela Dancs and Mădălina Dan, accompanied as a producer by Ștefania Ferchedău.

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Marcela Steinbachová

artist in residence August 2014, Czech Republic /




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Is political news real? Or is it only a fiction that covers economic interests?

- an evening with artists Jacopo Tomassini and Rikke Ehlers Nilsson - / ro /


Italian artist Jacopo Tomassini and Danish artist Rikke Ehlers Nilsson, both of them currently in residence at Bucharest Air, have come together to present their individual practices in order to start a conversation about European identity, Bucharest’s new landscape and the visual economy they are researching for their artistic works.

Thursday, 31st of July 2014, from 7 pm
tranzit.ro/ Bucuresti, Str. Gazelei nr. 44

This event is part of the residency of artists Jacopo Tomassini and Rikke Ehlers Nilsson at Bucharest Air.
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ARTONAUTICS

An exhibition by tranzit.org in the framework of THERE IS NO MEANING IF MEANING IS NOT SHARED, Gdansk City Gallery, Poland /


The exhibition brings together a flux of artworks, documentaries, video-commentaries and archives selected and produced by tranzit – a network of independent initiatives based in Austria, the Czech Republic and Hungary. The display is conceived as an interface that allows visitors to meet artists and cultural producers with whom tranzit has had inspiring continuous or long-term collaborations.

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Choice words in the picture

Presentation by Oana Toderică / ro /


Friday, 25th July 2014, at 19.00h

tranzit.ro/ Iaşi
Al. Lăpuşneanu Street No. 7-9

This Friday, responding once more to a proposal coming from a Iaşi based artist, tranzit.ro/ Iaşi invites you to a presentation starting with the yet unrealized project "Cuvinte Alese în Peisaj" ("Choice words in the picture"), an art project initiated and carried out by artist Oana Toderică Moraru. The encounter with her artistic practice was made possible due to the "Guest Teacher" programme.

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Moving by Standing—tranzit.hu at the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival

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Time: July 17-19, 2014.
Venue: Bánkitó Festival, Lake Bánk

tranzit. hu, participating for the fourth time at the annual Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival, invited this year artists Gábor Erlich, Miklós Mécs, and Hajnalka Tulisz to realize a joint project at the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival, which investigates the possibilities and boundaries of artistic practice.

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Suzana Milevska: The (Im)possibility of Commoning

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The presentation will address the contradictions of commoning in the postsocialist contexts. Suzana Milevska raises the question on the issues such as property, means of reproduction, public space, etc., which were once the dominant paradigm in the socialist countries, how they became so problematic, irrelevant or even ignored.

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ARTONAUTICS

An exhibition by tranzit.org in the framework of THERE IS NO MEANING IF MEANING IS NOT SHARED, Gdansk City Gallery, Poland /



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The Capital of Desires

Pavilion of Republic of Armenia at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice / at /

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ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit:

ERSTE Stiftung