This chapter evaluates the role of spatial, historical and ideological dislocations in the creative citizenship performed by Romanian diasporic artists working from the perspective of post-colonial subjectivity. Dan Perjovschi, Mircea Cantor, Mădălina Zaharia and Ileana Pașcalău reclaim public and digital spaces to provide a new regime of visibility and a reflexive, critical and performative re-examination of history, memory and the tension between the individual and the collective.
|Title of host publication||Postcolonial Publics|
|Subtitle of host publication||Art and Citizen Media in Europe|
|Editors||Bollette B Blaagaard, Sabrina Marchetti, Sandra Ponzanesi, Shaul Bassi|
|Place of Publication||Venezia|
|Publisher||Edizioni Ca' Foscari|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Jan 2023|
- Diaspora. Memory. Post-socialism. Romania. Visibility. Visual art.
- Migration Working Group - North West