My name is Ovidiu-Valeriu Bojor. I am a young artist aged 25 from Romania. I studied fine arts at the University of Arts and Design Cluj-Napoca. The second year of college I spent in two cities that influenced me considerably. Madrid and Barcelona, half a year each.
Here I discovered multiple expression ways, both classical methods, drawing, sculpture, painting, as well as the digital environment I was attracted because of the global context in which we are. I began to explore the art world and to discover the endless possibilities of expression. In the last year I dedicated myself to unconventional, abstract drawing on paper, using experimental techniques. I returned to Barcelona where I try to develop as much as I can on all levels, working as a personal assistant for the artist Elia Sabato.
My portfolio includes a wide range of works. What I present here is a project that I have worked on over the last year and which includes hundreds of works. Part of the works that make up this project were presented at the license exam, after which I received maximum score. With part of the papers I participated in a national competition in which I was selected, along with 15 other students. Also, a number of works from this project came to be exhibited this year as part of a project in which I was invited, in the ArtLab Akiba gallery in Tokyo. The same works will be exhibited again in September at Otsuma Women's University in Tokyo.
Have you ever left this world?