Andreea Medar | 2020
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Pandemic loop disorder, Diptych Art Space Bucharest, curator Magdalena Pelmus


The work was done during the imposed isolation (during the pandemic) and represents an oversized transparent plastic mask which mimicks a pattern that my great-grandmother used to embroider a coat. Inside the mask I introduced soil and seeds which generated a permanent change of the object during that period, by capturing the growth and then drying of the plants.
The object illustrated that period located at extremes because, due to the absence of people, nature regenerated but the vulnerable – the elderly were those directly affected.