Ioana Spataru offers a guided tour through the exhibition Averklub Collective. Manuš Means Human and, relating to individual objects, unfolds her family history informed by the paradoxical realities of life and ambivalent ideologies of Romanian communism. A Romni, Romanian, and Viennese, she provides insights into a life with diverse cultures and identities.
Ioana Spataru was born in Vienna in 1997 and has Romanian Roma roots. She studied photography at the college of Vienna’s Graphische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt. Since 2013, she has been acting and co-authoring in various theater companies. In 2020, she has won one of the Exil Literaturpreise for her text Erinnerungen meinen Körper entlang (Memories along my body).
She has been involved in the ÖBR (Austrian Buddhist Union) since 2011 where she leads the Buddhist Youth since 2015. Today, Ioana Spataru works as a Roma activist and photographer in Vienna.
Ioana Spataru is also a guest of the workshop series LET’S BE REALISTIC!
Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org, the admission is free.
My View is a program series in which experts, non-experts and interesting people are invited to present their personal view on the exhibition.
The event takes place in accordance with the current Covid 19 prevention regulations.