NeoNlitic 1.0 had made it its mission to reinterpret the artistic canons integral to the Neolithic civilizations that flourished on what is now Romanian soil – namely, Cucuteni and Hamangia. Daniel Loagăr and Andrei Cornea, founders of the Wood Be Nice Studio and authors of the NeoNlitic project, were at the forefront of an artistic ensemble including 13 invited artists.
The “Neonlitic” project made by the Wood Be Nice Workshop and co-financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration of Romania, aims to support and promote artistic production, by capitalizing on the common cultural heritage and reinterpreting the aesthetics of Cucuteni and Hamangia cultures through modern artistic production techniques.
From a cultural and artistic point of view, the project intends to take over ancient artistic elements and to capitalize on the common cultural heritage and aesthetics of the Neolithic civilizations whose vestiges were discovered on the territory of our country. In particular, the artists involved in the project will turn their attention to two nationally and regionally representative cultures: the Cucuteni culture and the Hamangia culture.