Friday 07/11/2014 → Sunday 16/11/2014
16:00 to 20:00
The installation Dinner for sexism is an acid irony against gender roles and the traditional ideas, still present in our contemporary society. The artist wants to raise awareness about gender inequality, stereotypes and the kind of life you need to have in order to be accepted in our society. By taking the role of a housewife, she prepares an atypical dinner to illustrate her attitude against this gender role through sarcasm.
About the artists
Paula Găzdac – born in 1992, in Cluj-Napoca, is an MA student at the University of Art and Design – Cluj-Napoca, at the ceramics department. The favorite subjects in her works are social issues which she represents through humor, irony, sarcasm and grotesque.