Miklós Onucsán, born in 1952 in Gherla, Romania, lives and works in Oradea, Romania. In 2019 represented Romania at the 58th International Art Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia. Recent solo exhibitions: “What is normal for the spider, is chaos for the fly.“, Galeria Plan B, Berlin (2018); Mo(nu)ments, Magma contemporary art space, Sfântu Gheorghe, RO (2015); Unfinished Measurements, Galeria Plan B Berlin, DE (2011); Markings of the working area, Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (2010); What I have to do tomorrow, I should have done yesterday, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE (2009). Recent group exhibitions include: The Third Woman – Actionism, performance, and attitudes, Art Encounters Foundation, Timisoara (2021); Perspectives, BOZAR Centre for Contemporary Art, Brussels (2019); Unfinished Conversations on the Weight of Absence, Romanian Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia (2019); La Brique, the Brick, Caramida, La Kunsthalle, Mulhouse (2019); Ex-East, past and recent stories of the Romanian Avant-Garde, Espace Niemeyer, Paris (2019); DOUBLE HEADS MATCHES. A selection of contemporary artworks from four Romanian private collections, New Budapest Gallery, Budapest (2018); Life – a User’s Manual, Art Encounters Biennale, Timisoara, RO (2017); Notes on a Landscape, Bucharest, RO (2017); Track Changes, curated by Plan B at Mendes Wood DM, Sao Paolo, BR (2016); Expanded Space – Festival of Public Art, Bucharest, RO (2016); Art has no Alternative, Tranzit, Bratislava, SK (2015); A Breathcrystal, Project Arts Center, Dublin, IE (2015); Dallas Biennale, multiple venues, Dallas, USA (2014); Allegory of the Cave Painting, Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp, BE (2014); Intense Proximity – La Triennale 2012, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR (2012); Barricade of Dreams, Trafo, Budapest, HU (2011); Image to be projected until it vanishes, Museion, Bolzano, IT (2011); Curated by_Rene Block, ENTREPOT, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, A (2011); Romanian Cultural Resolution – Documentary, The New Gallery of IRCCU, 54th Biennale di Venezia, IT (2011).