Ciprian Ciuclea (b. 1976) is a visual artist interested on interdisciplinary projects that focus mainly on conceptual features of reception. The themes explored are related to social aspects of communication and message interpretation, contemplation and surveillance, usually placed in relationship with scientific aspects of human existence. He is the president of Experimental Project and founding member of Romanian Society for Ophthalmogenetics.
Selected solo shows: 2565 main [Relative Position], Electro Camp 4, International Platform for New Sounds & Dance, Forte Marghera, Venice (2016); A Response to a Perfect Situation, Alert Studio, Bucharest (2015); Open Interval, Aiurart – Contemporary Art Space, Bucharest, Romania, (2014); Erosion [after continental drift theory], Platforma MNAC, Bucharest, Romania (2013); Apparent Silence, D. Manuel Palace, Evora (2011); Descriptio, Contemporary Art Gallery, Brukenthal Museum, Sibiu (2009); I love Bach, Calina Gallery, Timișoara (2009); Monolog-Dialog, Hospital de Santiago, Cuenca (2008); Sediment of memory 2, ENGRAMME, Quebec (2006); Sediment of memory 3, Saitama Modern Art Museum (2006).
Ciprian Ciuclea develops site-specific projects with a primary focus on conceptual aspects of reception to produce complex installations of light, sound and video. Emphasizing the scientific features of human existence, the themes explored are often related to social issues of communication and interpretation, contemplation and surveillance.
Comparative structures OCT (optical coherence tomography)/DS (deep sky hi-res photography) is an interdisciplinary project in which the scientific image (with a focus on ophthalmology and astronomy) is translated into the language of contemporary art using innovative processes of scanning, image multiplication, video processing and laser engraving.