After 4 years of research and responses to the Bucharest context, the small scale initiative of ODD drew close a number of artists, designers, poets, scientists and thinkers. Their increased involvement shaped the course of the ODD proposals towards the scene; at the same time, it organically built a community. This community functions as a … Continued
On 10.11.2018, ODD was a guest in Swimming Pool’s international symposium on curating and art project spaces, which is part of the initiative’s Curatorial School Public Program. This experimental curatorial program, run by Viktoria Draganova, founder and director of Swimming Pool, was successfully launched at the beginning of August with ten participants from Bulgaria, USA, Poland, … Continued
We are There There, a 50% Romanian, 50% Serbian, London-based performance company. Our work explores immigration, national identities and exclusion, and uses participation to create inclusive, alternative debates on immigrant realities. Between 1-7 Nov, we will be in residence at ODD, expanding Trigger Warning, an art project contesting stereotypes about Eastern European immigrants in the … Continued
Last year, ODD NIGHTS grew from an improvised concert series to a full scale series of events. Thanks to a grant from AFCN, we’ve managed to bring some of our favorite artists to Bucharest, offering intimate and participative performances. This year, thanks again to AFCN, we’ve taken this idea one step further, presenting some very exciting international experimental musicians alongside fresh local talents.
ODD is happy to announce its first curatorial program for 2018, Who Cares, an artistic and cultural exchange between two cities of the South-East, Bucharest and Yogyakarta, co-funded by AFCN.
SAVAGED pINK. A History of 90s Gay Media, previously hosted at ODD as part of PRIVATELY, travels to an important space in Iași.
Now in its fourth year, ODD is running smoothly with a regular program of residencies and events.
Thanks to a newly acquired grant via AFCN, we are now finally able to take things to the next level – from July to November, we’ve invited a series of extremely exciting local and international artists to do a series of talks, workshops and special performances.
ODD is proud to host the launch of a new issue of Revista ARTA, its main publication, featuring a compelling collection of texts on the issue of hybridity, curated by the magazine’s online editor Cristina Bogdan.
For the shooting of the film that Jérémie Gaulin is preparing as part of his residency at ODD, we are looking for actors and actresses.
Volum Art Association launches a new call for projects for the programme Expanded Space, with the theme The Grey Area. The call is open throughout the period June 14 – July 17, 2016.
We are looking to expand our contemporary art library at the back of our new space.
From April 4, we are happy to announce that ODD is permanently hosted at 13, Șelari St. with the precious support of the Romanian Artists’ Union.
Between 21.10 – 1.11, Cristina Bogdan proposes an intervention as part of Elena Cologni’s residency at Impington College related to the 75th anniversary of the only British building by Gropius.
Between 24.9 – 10.11, selected participants will benefit from 3 workshops to enhance their skills in processing.
After a 9-month period when its activities were hosted in a villa in downtown Bucharest, ODD is entering a nomadic period.
The nosy speculations of Sonja Hornung and Larisa Crunțeanu sparked the interest of DIGICULT, Romania’s foremost TV cultural show.
Cristina Bogdan is this year’s winner of the Gabriela Tudor Foundation grant for young cultural managers.
The research project developed under this title by the Portuguese artist, curator and theoretician Rogério Nuno Costa will include an intensive workshop aimed for art practitioners and/or theorists who have already developed some work in the fields of performing and/or visual arts.