Suprainfinit

Vernissage

Slow Burn

With Kjersti Vetterstad
Curated by Cristina Vasilescu
We are delighted to present the solo exhibition Slow Burn by visual artist Kjersti Vetterstad. In Slow Burn, the private space of the home acts as a privileged place, and a site of withdrawal. But supernatural forces seem to break through the surface that promises safety, stability, and order. ‍ The exhibition is part of Marathon of Art Practices, a project financed with the support of EEA Grants 2014 – 2021 within the RO-CULTURE Programme. ‍ Kjersti Vetterstad is the Norwegian partner within the project.

Tell us about Suprainfinit.

SUPRAINFINIT gallery highlights conceptual art practices with a focus on Eastern and Central Europe. Driven to support newly commissioned works and large-scale installations, SUPRAINFINIT is a key pillar in the cultural ecosystem of Bucharest. The gallery’s exhibitions and curatorial framework aim to also address a broad international public. We represent emerging and mid-career artists from different cultural backgrounds and approaches to media. Having expanded its curatorial framework with Sequence – a vibrant vitrine project mostly dedicated to site-specific projects, the gallery seeks to engage in a multilayered approach to artistic contexts and contents. The vitrine project is mostly dedicated to young local artists, yet outreaching to international collaborations as well. Parallel to the exhibitions, we place an important emphasis on public programming as a way to expand the curatorial and artistic visions. Suprainfinit heralds the name of a plural and utopian universe created by the artist collective Apparatus 22 in 2015. The gallery was founded by Suzana Vasilescu in September 2015 and is co-directed with the Artistic Director of the gallery, Cristina Vasilescu.

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