Final Project Work:
Links to Razvan’s work online:
Collaborative Project work-in-progress:
Tempo Zulu/ Universal Coordinated Time Intro Unit Project:
“Points of Entry” Intro Unit Project:
For the past couple of years I’ve been working with video, performance, drawing, site-specific installations and sound. I think my recent body of work can be labeled as “interstitial art” even though I haven’t thought about it as such. My works come together through a common theme that has to do with exploring tensions, feelings of anxiety, fear and traumas. For my installations I build constructions that can envelop a room or I leave in a public area without any mention that they’re an art piece. The prominent elements used are large wood beams, found materials, metal and ready-mades. Sometimes I add layers of sound and projections of raw video footage to each piece. So even though I could categorize each project based on the mediums I used, I think my art as a whole fits into the “interstitial” category because it imposes less restrictions and allows more freedom to engage into ideas without constrains.
Razvan Anghelache, Romania-Sweden
Born in Bucharest, Romania in 1985, Razvan has had a passion for artistic expressions ever since childhood. In high school he studied Decorative Arts, learning different techniques as mosaic, sgraffito, and stained glass, also developing his interest for photography.
In 2008, he graduated from the National University of Arts in Bucharest with a bachelor’s degree in Photography and Media. During college he developed his computer skills and started working as a graphic designer for several companies and from 2010 as a freelance graphic artist. Since 2015 he lives and studies in Umeå, Sweden, pursuing his MA in Fine Arts.
His current body of work examines and reflects upon trauma, fear and anxiety. He uses a variety of mediums such as drawing, sculptural installation, video, sound and performance.
Previous artwork by Razvan Anghelache: