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Monthly Evaluations (Time Exposure) is an artistic project by late Romanian artist Ioana Nemes (1979-2011). The sculptures from the series can be a seen as a memorial for a particular day in the life of the artist, a project she led as a scientific experiment: What this project creates is a Polaroid of time consumed in a standartised amount of time. Systematically and precise the data describes the seemingly unimportant details of daily life and thus becomes – after the tragic death of the artist – powerful monuments of life
Time, precious tim. OANA NEMES’ Monthly Evaluations (Time Exposure). Ioana Nemes, pieces from the series Time Exposure, epoxide, paint, laquer; 100 x 70 x 10cm, 2005-2010. This week I was lucky enough to discover the conceptual work of Romanian artist Ioana Nemes following a visit to the Jiri Svestka Gallery in Schöneberg for their summer show On the Threshold The pieces shown are part of Monthly Evaluations (Time Exposure), a long-term project in which Nemes’ attempted to analyze her interior system of organization- the way in which she truly functioned as a human being. Between 2005 and 2010 Nemes derived a personal methodology for transforming qualitative data regarding her own existence into quantitative measures.
Ioana Nemes (1979–2011). Art in General has reported that Ioana Nemes, a visiting artist in residence from Romania, passed away this weekend after suffering from cardiac arrest. Nemes’s work has been exhibited at SecessionVienna, the Istanbul Biennial, the Prague Biennial, and Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel among other venues. She has participated in residencies at IASPIS Stockholm and Kulturkontakt Vienna, and received the Future of Europe Art Prize from Galerie Für Zeitgenössische Kunst in Leipzig
The long-term project Monthly Evaluations (2005-09) by Ioana Nemes is a complex system that records the artist's daily moods and experiences. Nemes has worked on the cycle every day since 2005 and in the İstanbul Biennial presents one day of the work. Monthly Evaluations is inspired by Virginia Woolf's ideas about the flow of time, and by the colour theory developed by the Swiss psychologist Max Lüscher. Ioana Nemes developed her own system of self-observation that consists of five parameters: physical, emotional, intellectual, financial and a happiness factor. Each day is carefully.
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