Adrian Ganea is an artist born in Romania in 1989.
He is drawn to the unreal, intrigued by the magic of the intangible and the ethereal, he seeks the sorcery that incarnates the virtual into solid matter. He is fascinated by the ways the bodiless nonmaterial subject can materialise and transpire into the real world. In his work, he aims to enact the production of fiction, often reflecting on its increasing automation. His practice ranges from designing scenography to programming CG simulations and composing videos.
He graduated at UDK Berlin, receiving a masters degree in Set Design with his project “Cyborgia” based on Paul B.Preciado’s essay: “How Pompeii invented Pornography, The “Gabinetto Segreto”and the Sexopolitical Foundations of the Modern European Metropolis”. He is also a founding member of artists group virtuelles theater.