Claudia Brăileanu (b.1981) is a multimedia artist focusing on displaying technology as a tool for modelling new social configurations. She investigates the potential of virtual spaces to enable the exploration of social and cultural alternatives shaping future social practices and shifting the focus on what could be different. Her practice includes animation, installations, virtual reality, painting and prints.
She studied in Bucharest and Leipzig and holds an M.A. in painting. Her work was exhibited at The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest; Kunsthalle Bega, Timișoara; Gapgap, Leipzig; HGB Leipzig; Triade Foundation, Timișoara; Five Plus Art Gallery, Vienna; Mobius Gallery, Bucharest; Victoria Art Center, Bucharest; Creart Gallery, Bucharest; ARCUB, Bucharest, etc., and can be found in the National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest collection and several private collections. Her work was published in Le Monde, Artribune, etc.
She was recently selected for a solo show in Bucharest Biennale 9 with her work which transfers the idea of painting structures in virtual reality.
She lives and works in Bucharest.