My collection of spiral staircases

S-au adunat ceva imagini, le-am pus impreuna si arata bine. Ma gandesc ca e frumos sa vi le arat si voua.

Cei care ma urmaresc pe Instagram stiu mica mea pasiune pentru scarile in spirala. Le-am cautat prin toata lumea si recunosc ca imi face placere sa le gasesc. Pe langa spirala in sine, care ma atrage ca forma si solutie arhitecturala, cred ca este metoda mea de a descoperi locuri noi si de a explora orase. Scarile astea in sine au devenit un motiv de expeditie urbana, experienta care se intampla pe langa realizarea acestor imagini e deja un mic roman. Am descoperit locuri noi, am intalnit oameni, am cautat metode de a accesa cladiri guvernamentale, de birou sau private, am insistat, am gasit solutii, am inventat povesti si am facut tot felul de acrobatii ca sa deschid usile pe care vroiam sa le deschid. Sydney, Melbourne, Berlin, Hong Kong, Singapore, Londra, Barcelona, Bucuresti, sunt cateva dintre orasele pe care le-am explorat in aceste cautari. E una din metodele mele de a-mi petrece vacantele, dar este si ceea ce iese la suprafata din gandurile mele legate de relatia dintre timp si spatiu, vazuta prin fotografie.

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My works on display at Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland

I’m happy to announce you that my works are on display on Dada Roots collective exhibition opened at Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland. Two of my experimental short videos (On Photography and Awaken Thee, Romanian! ) and one photographic series (Double Exposure) are there to be seen untill 05th February 2017. This is a DADA related show curated by Radu Stern (Switzerland) in collaboration with Prof. Roxana Trestioreanu and Prof. Daniel-Mihai Constantinescu (Romania) Continue reading “My works on display at Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland”

The Lost Film – Kathleen Bremner, the bride from the lost film, photographed by The Sun, plus more media coverage


Of course, If you’re following this blog you already know the story of the 42 years old lost film I found inside a camera I had recently bought. You may also know that a part of the mystery has been solved, as the family pictured in ’74 stepped forward, contacting BBC. There is some news I want to share with you: today, The Sun photographed Kathleen Bremner in the original place of the wedding, on the very steps we saw her in the old images. Kathleen, now in her 60’s, said this is the first time returning at the site after the wedding. Continue reading “The Lost Film – Kathleen Bremner, the bride from the lost film, photographed by The Sun, plus more media coverage”

The lost film – Mystery solved by the BBC!

BBC on solving the misteryIt was quite an amazing day, a truly media-storm on the lost film story. Everything was incredibly fast developed, and the mystery is now solved. After the story was spread in a big part of the UK media (BBC, BBC Radio, STV, The Sun, Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, among others), dozens of people contacted the BBC to suggest where the photos were taken, including several who identified the Burleigh Court Hotel in Gloucestershire, as the place of the wedding. Soon after, a family has contacted the BBC to say they are the subjects of a series of mysterious wedding photographs. Continue reading “The lost film – Mystery solved by the BBC!”