Speech about the history of performance in Romania
- Performance-ul în România: istorie și discurs actual
- 👩 - Magda Radu
- 🕖 - Wednesday, 16 may 2018, 19:00
- 🏛 - Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest
The first term used to describe a performance in 70s Romania was action.
Another used word was performanță (the romanian translation for performance, though the english version is mostly used now).
- Alexandru Antik - Visul n-a Pierit (The Dream didn't Die) - 1986 - in the basement of Sibiu's Pharmacy Museum (other info)
- A description by Octav Grigorescu of Antik's Visul n-a pierit is present at the History of Museum.
Before '89 Lia Perjovschi was performing at home, in front of her husband who was the sole spectator.
- Lia Perjovschi - Proba Somnului (The Test of Sleep) - 1988 (check page 38 in the PDF).
- Lia Perjovschi - I Fight for my Right of Being Different⁎
- may '93 (check the image archive)
- Ann Art Festival
- Rudolf Bone - Golgota at the "State without title" art festival, '91 Before '89 the performance acts were voluntary and incisive.
- Alexandra Pirici and Manuel Pelmuş: An Immaterial Retrospective of the Venice Biennale, '13
- Postspectacle at the mall⁎
- performance in AFI Mall, 1 December 2010
- Ion Grigorescu - Suprapuneri (Overlays)
- Geta Brătescu - Femei (Women) '07
- Alexandru Antik - Abandonarea Pielii (Skin Abandonment), '96
- Miklos Onucsan - Stiff Ballet for the End of the Century, '96
The event had a full room and lasted for about 2 hours.