Ioana Sisea (born 1988) is a Romanian artist working across varied media. Her work explores contemporary issues such a social perceptions of the body, relationships, family, love and memory, always using her personal experience and cultural background as its starting point. She often objectifies specific elements of a memory or interaction, removing them from their original context and the unchallenged prejudices that it may have permitted. Sisea is largely medium agnostic and adopts whatever mode of expression best suits the conceptual basis of each work.
Sisea received her bachelors and masters degree in Fine Arts from the National University of Art Bucharest and HS voor de Kunsten in Utrecht Holland 2008 - 2012 where she focused on drawing. Since then her work has ventured into sculpture, installation, ceramics and film although she has recently returned to drawing again with works in oil bar. She has shown work in solo and group shows in London, Amsterdam, Venice and Bucharest.
Born: August 1988, Bucharest, Romania
Based in Bucharest
BA and MA at the National University of Art Bucharest 2008 - 2012
HS voor de Kunsten Utrecht Holland 2009
Escaping Formlessness - Solo show - The room Gallery - Bucharest November 2016
Ron Arad's Curtain Call The Round House, London - August 2016 - "Present Continuos" with London Contemporary Orchestra
Project space - Amsterdam - June 2016 - group show
"IN PERPETUUM" - Bucharest - April 2016 - Solo Show
Future Identities Experimental Cinema and Video Art Festival - Kent (UK) - March 2016
Venice International Video and Performance Art Festival - Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi’ It’s LIQUID Group - Feb 2016
Galateca Gallery - November 2015 - Solo Show
Comission London Contemporary Orchestra at Roundhouse, London, Oct 2015 - "Present continuos"
Galateca Gallery February 2015 - Solo Show
Bucharest Art Week - September 2014
Galateea Gallery - Bucharest 2014 - Solo Show
La Cave Gallery - 'Metamorphosis' Geneva, Switzerland 2012 - Solo Show
People Palace - 'Brancusi Gallery' Bucharest 2010
“Aulstubleift”, Das Built, Utrecht, Netherlands - 2009