field trip / Street Mark Scroll - Street art tour at Budapest (based on a long-term research project made by László Ruszty and Viktor Kótun), guide: László Ruszty
After doing a long-term research project, Viktor Kotun and I have compiled a visual collection of the presence of all kinds of local street art. We wanted to go beyond the categories of today’s popular street art books and create a new structure more suitable to the categories which define Hungarian street art. - László Ruszty, https://streetmark.wordpress.com
field trip / Dunaújváros, guide: Tamás Kaszás
guest lectures by Emese Kürti, Lilla Khoór, Miklós Erhardt
exhibition / Basementality, in the basement of FKSE Studio Gallery
Basementality is a collective exhibition of international and HUFA students. The exhibited artworks - subjective maps of the Hungarian art scene based on personal ideas and proposals for site-specific objects to be realised in Budapest based on existing landscape and structures - have been realised in the framework of the courses Mapping the Local and Site-Specific Interventions, supplemented by the individual artworks of other students. The show takes place in he basement of the FKSE Studio Gallery which space sets the works up/down to another level of reading.
Balma Rosas Beltran, Barnaföldi Anna, Csiszár Mátyás, Fodor Dániel János, Foitl Rebeka, Gergana Tabakova, Hegedűs Gábor Zoltán, Istvánko Beáta, Károly Eszter, Marsalkó Fruzsina, Ménesi Alice Luca, Michael Ainsworth, Mikulán Dávid, Molnár Ráhel Anna, Noelia Fernandez, Sós József, Szalipszki Judit Ilona, Tine Haugen, Zsámboki Miklós
spring semester _ art and activism
This semester emphasized on the interconnection of art and activism. During the course a special emphasis will be placed on the recent Hungarian cultural developments, in the form of seminars, presentations held by invited lecturers, field trips to museums, institutions and artist studios, excursions. The course primarily is targeting the Erasmus students and will be open at the same time to the students of the Intermedia and Curatorial Studies department. While offering an insight into the Hungarian contemporary art scene, one of the course’s main intentions is to foster personal contacts and cultural interactions between local and foreign students in the hope of an emerging intercultural dialogue.
- Interrupted Dialogue – Revisions, Contemporary Hungarian Art, Catalogue, C3, 1992.
- After the Wall: Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe, ed. by Bojana Pejic, David Elliott, Moderna Museet, 1999.
- ARTmargins. Contemporary Central & East European Visual Culture (1999-) www.artmargins.com
- Blut & Honig / Blood & Honey, Katalog / Catalogue, ed. by Harald Szeemann, Sammlung Essl, 2004.
- Praesens. Central European Contemporary Art Review (2004-)
- East Art Map. Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe, ed. By IRWIN, MIT, 2006. www.eastartmap.org
- What's Up? Contemporary Hungarian Art, ed. by Angel, Judit – Petrányi, Zsolt, Műcsarnok, 2008.
- Párhuzamos Kronológiák / Parallel Chronologies, Tranzit (2009-), http://exhibition-history.blog.hu
- We Are Not Ducks on a Pond But Ships at Sea. Independent Art Initiatives, Budapest, 1989-2009, ed. by Rita Kálmán, Katarina Šević, Impex, 2010.
- Studio / Archive / Discourses, FKSE Studio of Young Hungarian Artists, Budapest, 2009.
guest lectures by Gwen Jones - Anti-Semitism in Hungary; Dániel Vékony - Muslim migration
Tönn Adermann, Anna Barnaföldi, Andreas Beck , Matthew Catoe, Alexander Coco, Angéla Darvas, Sophia den Breems, Fruzsina Eskulits, János Dániel Fodor, Gábor Zoltán Hegedűs, Beáta Istvánko, Veronika Edit Kis, Henrique Loja Leandro, Ráhel Anna Molnár, Marie Ringerbach, József Sós, Anna Tüdős, Abigail Webster, Miklós Zsámboki