Roberta Curcă is an artist and researcher working and living in Bucharest. She has a BA and an MA in drawing from the National University of Arts in Bucharest and is currently working on her PhD in cultural studies at the Center for Excellence in Image Study. As an artist she focuses on the objective and subjective forces that shape her practice. On one hand she focuses on the close encounter she has with architecture, design and urban landscape, while on the other hand she contemplates artistic identity and style through series of drawings, paintings and photographs, as well as experimenting with light, materials and framing or display. Since 2014 she has been a part of the group Nucleu exploring themes such as connectivity, gender and artistic diversity. She has participated in other group shows at Electroputere Gallery in Craiova, in 2016 and at L’ateral Artspace in Cluj, in 2016. As of 2016 she has focused her attention on her research paper, working on an archive of communist welcome signs found in Romania.