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Wavering without an end in sight, like an internal monologue that cruises for the interiority of its own scenes, Bogdan Cheta’s (he/they, b.1983 Romania) installations reflect on psycholinguistic methods of reading the atmospherical materializations through which everyday scenes of queer intimacy become virtual exteriorizations of the psyche. Recent projects have shown at Kaffeklatsch in Calgary, Balice Hertling in Paris, 67 Steps in Los Angeles and at the 12th Havana Biennial in Cuba. He completed an MFA in Craft (2019) from Alberta University of the Arts and continues to maintain an active studio practice in Calgary where they are also cooking and actively training in various local restaurants.