These works (Humanscape) show details of skin, torsions, transforming of our body. The photographs make us discover fantastic landscapes created by playing with the flexibility of the body. They reveal a pureness and simplicity of shapes. With this project, I present the body as a landscape, thinking not only of the visual comparison of forms, but thinking of the body as part of nature, belonging to it.
Irina Măgurean is a doctor in arts and assistant professor at the Univeristy of Arts and Design, Cluj. She studied also at Moholy- Nagy Art Unviersity, Budapest and the Academy of Art and Arhictecture, Prague. Irina started working as photojournalist for magazines; it followed collaboration with Transylvania International Film Festival, as official photographer. Now she works mostly in studio. Irina had many exhibitions, as: Eurodreams (Karinthy Szalon, Budapest 2006), Persona (Preview Gallery, Cluj, 2008), Tales of the unexpected (Art Rotterdam, 2010), Fly me (Fabrica de Pensule, Cluj, 2011), Retratos de Natureza (Museu d’Agua, Lisbon, 2012), Zooming (Berliner Liste, Berlin, 2013).