Livia Mateiaș (RO) | multimedia installation
(variable dimmensions / polipropilene spheres, video projections)
Can we imagine teleportation?
Mystery, unlimited possibilities, fragmented space, unknown cosmic matter, these are the topics of this installation. Comprised of Teletension, a fragment of space that pul- sates and reflects cosmic energy and Telematter, a transfer of power into the real, tangible and agglu- tinated matter, placed somewhere at the border between the known and the unknown, the Teletension installation is like an open portal that leads to infinity. The occurrence and evanescence of this strained matter is unpredictable, being transferred by the ideatic process of teleportation into Telematter. Thus, Teletension remains an immaterial virtual space, an idea and a dynamic form of searching through the cosmic mystery, while Telematter becomes a real space defined by condensed matter.
The Teleportal installation entails the viewer’s imagination and suggests the immersion into an abstract space, in the realm of cosmic infinity.
I consider the cosmos as one of the greatest mysteries humanity has ever faced. My personal creation is based on the interpretation of these cosmic themes, on imagining creative possibilities in the context of contemporary cosmological theories and on the invention of forms that interrelate in an artistic manner with different objects of cosmic inspiration. Searching infinity, mystery and the unconventional are the topics that reflect a plus of interest which stimulate my personal artistic vision in a creative manner.
Livia Mateiaș is one of the artists in residency at the first edition of the X Platform, the newest international art residency for the research and production of interactive, new and trans media projects in Bucharest.
*X Platform is a cultural program in co-production between 4Culture, WASP — Working Art Space & Production, Tangaj Dance and Life Long Burning, with the support of the Cultura 2007 — 2013 programme.
A cultural project financed by: AFCN — The National Cultural Fund Administration and The Bucharest City Council Centre for Cultural Projects, ARCUB — București 555 Program.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.