Art essays and curatorial commentaries

Welcome to my personal website. I am Andrei Fășie, and I have always been fascinated by the diversity of the human experience. Despite our similarities, each of us inhabits a unique reality, evident in the varied ways we express ourselves, attempting to reflect or uncover our inner landscapes in the external world.

To delve deeper into this phenomenon, I pursued studies in languages and literature for three years at Transilvania University of Brașov, with a focus on Romanian and English languages and cultures. My thesis explored the stylistic nuances in the written art of Picasso and Michelangelo. Seeking to broaden my expertise from textual to visual realms, I then undertook a two-year master program at the Center for Excellence in the Study of Image at the University of Bucharest. Here, I investigated how the dominance of the visual sense shapes our perception of the world. My master’s thesis, “Recoveries of the tangible in the ocularocen,” has evolved into my ongoing Ph.D. research, which examines the concept of immersivity and its role in learning across various artistic and interdisciplinary domains.

On this website, you’ll find articles where I analyze artists and their works, shedding light on unique perspectives that may influence our realities in profound ways.