Project Space Danube offers young artists oportunities to meet and get to know each others work environment and their work as well as deepen their knowledge and experience of the Danube area. Project spaces have become effective means for artists to network, exchange ideas, and showcase art. Project spaces are used for exhibitions, workshops, and individual artistic performances. Within the span of the year, project spaces from the Danube countries will engage in an exchange of experiences and function as multipliers by bringing their experiences back to their countries of origin and circulating them there. Existing networks will be strengthned and suported and current developments in art presented to a broad audience.
Romania was represented by Triade Interart Foundation, Deutsches Kulturzentrum Temeswar and Noima (Timisoara). The project was made possible in co-operation with the Ministry for Science, Research, and Art of the German State of BadenWürttemberg, the Cultural Liaison for South East Europe at the Danube Swabian Central Museum Ulm and supported by the Danube Office Ulm/Neu-Ulm and the Hungarian Cultural Institute, Stuttgart. Special thanks to Dr. Swantje Volkmann - Cultural Advisor for Southeast Europe Foundation of the Danube Swabian Museum, Ulm.
Curators: Franziska Degendorfer, Michael Grudziecki
Sorin Scurtulescu, Andrei Rosetti, Ciprian Bodea, Cosmin Fruntes
Together with: Approach Art Association Pécs, HU / Atelier Kafeto Sofia, BG / Friday Exit Vienna, AT / POPUP Project Osijek, HR / V8 plattform für neue kunst Karlsruhe DE
2016 Projektraum Donau – exhibition, The Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, Bruxelles, BE / Landhaus, Sankt Pölten, AT / The Baden-Württemberg State Representation, Berlin, DE / Hochschule für Kommunikation und Gestaltung, Ulm, DE
2016 talks in Ulm, DE
2015 Projektraum Donau – exhibition, V8 Plattform, Karlsruhe, DE
2015 talks in Stuttgart, DE / Pécs, Villány, HU / Vienna, AT
2015 V8, DE & Noima, RO, Friday Exit space, Vienna, AT
Catalog: Projekt Raum Donau
72-page brochure, illustrated with color photos, printed in an edition of 1000.
The catalog can be purchased from Donauschwäbischen Zentralmuseum Ulm.