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REFRACTED REALITIES at VIDEONALE.17

In optics, “refraction” refers to the bending of a beam of light, a change in direction which occurs at the moment when it passes from one medium to another. Through refraction, the light wave alters course, changing the way we perceive the objects it illuminates in the process. This optical deviation requires us to repeatedly correct our gaze, comparing the beginning and end points of our perception with reality, and bringing the object we see clearly into focus. In its figurative sense, refraction refers to a critical reflection on the means and channels of visualization, and by extension the possibility of a rearticulation of our view of things – how they are, were, or apparently always have been.
Image: © Sohrab Hura

Critics’ Pick: Loop Fair Barcelona 2018 by Nicole Büsing and Heiko Klaas

Barcelona. At the end of November 2018 the 16th edition of the video fair LOOP took place in Barcelona. Founded by the gallery owners Emilio Álvarez and Carlos Durán, the special fair is internationally regarded as the most important meeting of the video scene. During the three intensive days of the fair, embedded in the ten-day LOOP Festival, artistic director Carolina Ciuti succeeded in bringing important protagonists of the international video scene to the Catalan capital.
Image: © Hans Op de Beeck

Expanding Bauhaus.
New Reflections on the Bauhaus Movement in Time-Based Media Art

A screening series selected by Elke Kania (Cologne), Julia Sökeland (Hamburg) and Ludwig Seyfarth (Berlin)

With its combination of various arts such as painting, photography film, architecture, fashion, product and interior design and textile art, the Bauhaus is still considered the epitome of a technologically advanced modernity. Last but not least, the attempt to create the whole society aesthetically, inspired many artists worldwide.

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Thursday, 14.02.2019, 19:00 h
Het Nieuwe Instituut, Thursday Night! Guest Program, Museumpark 25, 3015 CB Rotterdam.
Image: © Miriam Gossing & Lina Sieckmann

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Over the past 20 years, the Frankfurt couple Mario and Julia von Kelterborn have put together a collection mostly of politically explosive, socially themed video art and photography by internationally known artists. It is their conviction that art can help us to understand the present day with all its complexity, contradictions and disturbing cruelty, but also its positive potential.
image: © Richard Mosse

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With "Revolution & Architecture" Christoph Faulhaber (* 1972 in Osnabrück, lives in Hamburg) conceives, builds, designs and opens a whole series of very different rooms in the Kunsthalle Osnabrück. In order to discover the revolutionary aspect of these "architectures", one has to look at the social implications of interior design in general. In the forum the visitor then enters Faulhaber's cinematic autobiography "Every Picture is an Empty Picture" as in the eye of the cyclone: The work is split into 15 individual films and surrounds the visitor in a circle.
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Pèter Forgács

Works


Galleries

Ani Molnár Gallery
Annamaria Molnár
Bródy S. u. 22.
H-1088 Budapest
Hungary

Phone: +36 1 327 0095
E-Mail: info@molnaranigaleria.hu




Statement

Péter Forgács (Budapest,1950) is an well-established Hungarian media artist with excellent international reputation having works in the collections of the MOMA; Pompidou, or The Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Since 1978 he has created many films and media installations. His video installations have been exhibited in MCNY, The EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam; Bozar, Brussels and The Louvre, Paris. Forgács received among many other major awards the prestigious Erasmus Prize of the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation in 2007. In 2009 he represented Hungary at the Venice Biennale and his works The Maelstrom and Hunky Blues were recently on view in The Louvre. His film El Perro Negro is based on the Spanish Civil War and was awarded The Maysles Brothers Documentary Grand Prize at Denver International Film Festival and Feature Length Documentary Film Award at Tribeca International Film Festival, New York in 2005.


Biography

*1950, Budapest (HU)
lives and works in Budapest

Professional Experience

1983 Private Photo and Film Archive, founder and manager
1978 – 1986 Group 180 (contemporary music group)
1978 – 1993 Independent filmmaker | Béla Balázs Studio, Budapest, Hungary
1971 Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary

Awards

2010
Hungarian Cultural Ambassador, Hungarian Ministry of Education and Culture’s award

2008
I am Von Höfler, Creative Documentary Film Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest
Own Death, Best Experimental Film Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary

2007
Erasmus Prize, Praemium Erasmianum Foundation, Amsterdam
Miss Universe 1929, Special Mention, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary

2006
El Perro Negro, Documentary Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary

2005
El Perro Negro, The Maysles Brothers Documentary Grand Prize, Denver International Film Festival
El Perro Negro, Feature Length Documentary Film Award, Tribeca International Film Festival, New York, NY

2002
A Bibó Reader, Director PRIZE of SHORT & EXPERIMENTAL FILM, 33rd Hungarian Film Festival, Budapest, Hungary

2001
Angelos’ Film, Best Music and Sound Track Special Award, One World Film Festival, Prague The Czech Republic
Best Director Prize of Short & Experimental Film, 33rd Hungarian Film Festival, Budapest, Hungary

2000
The Maelstrom, Grand Prize, Out Of That Darkness” International Film Festival, London, UK
Angelos’ Film, The Golden Spire, San Francisco International Film Festival
Angelos’ Film, Golden Gate Award – The Golden Spire, San Francisco International Film Festival
Angelos’ Film, Documentário Longa Grand Prize, XI Encotros Internacionalis De Cinema Documental, Portugal

1999
The Danube Exodus, Fipresci Prize, Krakow International Documentary Film Festival, Poland
The Danube Exodus, The Silver Dragon Prize, Krakow International Documentary Film Festival
Free Fall, The Best Documentary Fiction Prize, Hungarian Film Critics Prize, Budapest, Hungary
Free Fall, Best Film Music Prize, Hungarian Film Critics Prize, Budapest, Hungary
The Danube Exodus, Documentary Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary
The Maelstrom, The MAYOR’S Jewish Experience Prize, Jerusalem International Film Festival, Israel

1997
Free Fall, Prix Europa | Television Programme of the Year, Berlin
Free Fall, Fipresci Prize, Leipzig International Film Festival, Germany
Free Fall, Grand Prix, International Documentary Film Festival of Marseilles, France
Free Fall, CNC “Image de la culture” Special Award, International Documentary Film Festival of Marseilles, France
Free Fall, Short & Experimental Film Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary

1995
Meanwhile Somewhere … 1940-1943, “Lattücht” Prize Dokument, RT 95 Festival, Neubrandenburg, Germany

1994
Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Grand Prize, Montecattini, Terme, Italy

1993
Márai Herbal, 2nd Prize, Berlin Sport and Young Film Festival, Germany Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Les Beaux Jours Prix, International Film & Video Festival, Strasbourg, France
Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Video Grand Prix, VIPER Film & Video Festival, Lucerne, Switzerland
Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Grand Prix, Sound Base Arts Video Festival, Wroclaw, Poland

1991
Dusi & Jenő, Grand Prize “vue sur la doc”, 2nd “European Documentary Film Biennial”, Marseilles, France

1990
The Bartos Family, Grand Prize, World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, Holland

Installations and Exhibitions

2018
Pictoreque Epochs (2016): The tumultuous 20th-century Hungarian history seen through the camera of painter Mária Gánóczy, Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center, Los Angeles
Infermental 3 (1984): Experimental shorts from the first video art magazine, Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center, Los Angeles

2017
Issues of Uncertainty, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Hungary Pedagogical Partisan Action, Der Punkt, OFF-Biennále Budapest, Hungary
Save as… – “What will remain of new media art?” Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary

2016
Stories of Random Bodies, solo exhibition, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
Reconstruction of Story 3: Absolute Time or Materializationof Cinematic Body, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, (MMCA), Seoul, South Korea

2015
Meaning (Marcell Esterházy, Péter Forgács, Gábor Gerhes), Capa Center, Budapest, Hungary
OFF-Biennale, Budapest, Hungary
Letters To Afar, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA
“It has happened, though I have not committed it…”, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2014
Ludwig 25, Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary
Turning Points, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Letters to Afar, Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY Installations in the Municipal Gallery1992-2014, Museum Kiscell, Budapest, Hungary

2013
Letters to Afar , video installation with music by The Klezmatics, commissioned by the MHPJ and the YIVO Institute | Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw, Poland
Looming Fire – Stories from the Dutch East Indies 1900-194 | installation – EYE Amsterdam Holland

2011
The New Arrivals |Bozar – Brussels, Belgium – 8 Contemporary Artist from Hungary Hungary in Focus 2011, curator: Péter Forgács

2009
Col Tempo | The W. Project | 53rd International Art Exhibition, Venice, Giardini di Castello, Italy, Hungarian Pavilion Installation
GERMAN UNITY @ BALATON| Rathaus Mainz, 2011; Cottbus, Germany, International Film Festival, 2010; Dortmunder Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, 2010; Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin, 2009

2007
Monomotapa and The Game| Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary, ZKM Karlsruhe, Germany

2006
Rembrandt Morphs – In/between |RE:MBRANDT 400, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary

2004
Educational Cinema| Suppressed Holocaust, Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary

2003
SIGHT|AURA C3 group exhibition, Millenáris Pavillon/D., Budapest, Hungary
Der Kaiser auf dem Spaziergang – The Ex German Emperor Wilhelm II in exile, Dorn Holland. 1918-1942| The Light-Image-Reality Project Exhibition, AEGINA, Greece

2002
The Danube Exodus – The Rippling Currents of the River|Bozar / Center for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium, 2011; The Jewish Museum, New York, USA, 2009; Filmhuis, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2008; The Jewish Museum, Berlin,Germany, 2007; Kunstverein, Ulm, Germany, 2007; Ludwig Museum LUMU, Contemporary Art Museum, Budapest, Hungary, 2006; The Judah Magnes Museum, Berkley, California, USA, 2006; Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland, 2005; Future Cinema / ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2003; CCCB, Barcelona, Spain, 2003; The Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA, 2002

2000
Free Fall oratorio, with composer Tibor Szemző | performed in San Francisco, Munich, Los Angeles, Budapest, Szeged, Zurich

1997
The Visit |What?” group exhibition, Brugge Cultural Capital of Europe, Belgium, 2002; 56 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 2000
The Hung Aryan|OBSERVATORIUM, group exhibition, Ujezdowsky Gallery, Warsaw, Poland, 1998; Budapest Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1997
Saloon and Than!|Liget Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

1996
Pre Morgue| “Butterfly Effect” Group Exhibition, Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary

1995
Dream Inventory|Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Ungarn, Kulturamt Fellbach, Germany, 2000; “MOST” group Exhibition, Bochum Museum, Germany, 1999; MUHKA Gallery, „Beyond Art & Science” Austro-Hungarian Exhibition, Antwerp, Belgium, 1998; Landes Museum, Graz, Austria „Beyond Art & Science” Austro-Hungarian Exhibition, 1997; Ludwig Museum, „Beyond Art & Science” Austro-Hungarian Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary ; Kiscell Municipal Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1995

1994
Hungarian Totem – Assemblage of the pig |-1999 Central European Avant-garde, Ludwig Museum Budapest, Vienna, Madrid & Barcelona, 1999/2000; “Hungarian Totem” Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Ungarn, Fellbach, Germany, 1999; “MOST” group Exhibition, Bochum Museum, Germany, 1999; FAUNA, group exhibition Zachenta Museum, Warsaw, 1999; INTER ACTUS 5, Accademia Ungheria, Roma, 1998; “A Triple Dialogue", group exhibition, Krakow, Poland, 1997; Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 1996; Sao Paolo XXVIII. Biennial, Sao Paolo, Brasil, 1996; Postmasters Gallery, New York, USA, 1996; Kiscell Municipal Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1995; Kapolcs Art Festival, Hungary, 1994

1992
Hungarian Video Kitchen Art|10th World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, Holland; Sub Voce Exhibition, Mücsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary
Two Nests and Other Things| French Institute Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
The Case of My Room |The Shifting Borders, international exhibition, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, United Kingdom

1985
Work Desk, installation and performance, Ernst Museum, Young Artist's Studio, Budapest, Hungary

1983
Dixi & Pixi, performance with Dixi, Group 180, L. Lugo Lugosi | Kassák Culture Center, Budapest, Hungary

1980
Inaguration, installation and performance, performance with L. Lugo Lugosi, István Mártha and Lajos Somoskoi |Young Artists Club (FMK) Budapest, Hungary

1979
Stanley & Livingstone - fluxus (lecture on Communist Statues) performance | the Young Artist Club (FMK), Budapest, Hungary

Pèter Forgács
*1950, Budapest (HU) lives and works in Budapest Professional Experience 1983 Private Photo and Film Archive, founder and manager 1978 – 1986 Group 180 (contemporary music group) 1978 – 1993 Independent filmmaker | Béla Balázs Studio, Budapest, Hungary 1971 Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary Awards 2010Hungarian Cultural Ambassador, Hungarian Ministry of Education and Culture’s award 2008I am Von Höfler, Creative Documentary Film Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest Own Death, Best Experimental Film Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary 2007Erasmus Prize, Praemium Erasmianum Foundation, Amsterdam Miss Universe 1929, Special Mention, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary 2006El Perro Negro, Documentary Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary 2005El Perro Negro, The Maysles Brothers Documentary Grand Prize, Denver International Film Festival El Perro Negro, Feature Length Documentary Film Award, Tribeca International Film Festival, New York, NY 2002A Bibó Reader, Director PRIZE of SHORT & EXPERIMENTAL FILM, 33rd Hungarian Film Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2001Angelos’ Film, Best Music and Sound Track Special Award, One World Film Festival, Prague The Czech RepublicBest Director Prize of Short & Experimental Film, 33rd Hungarian Film Festival, Budapest, Hungary 2000The Maelstrom, Grand Prize, Out Of That Darkness” International Film Festival, London, UK Angelos’ Film, The Golden Spire, San Francisco International Film Festival Angelos’ Film, Golden Gate Award – The Golden Spire, San Francisco International Film Festival Angelos’ Film, Documentário Longa Grand Prize, XI Encotros Internacionalis De Cinema Documental, Portugal 1999The Danube Exodus, Fipresci Prize, Krakow International Documentary Film Festival, Poland The Danube Exodus, The Silver Dragon Prize, Krakow International Documentary Film Festival Free Fall, The Best Documentary Fiction Prize, Hungarian Film Critics Prize, Budapest, Hungary Free Fall, Best Film Music Prize, Hungarian Film Critics Prize, Budapest, Hungary The Danube Exodus, Documentary Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary The Maelstrom, The MAYOR’S Jewish Experience Prize, Jerusalem International Film Festival, Israel 1997Free Fall, Prix Europa | Television Programme of the Year, Berlin Free Fall, Fipresci Prize, Leipzig International Film Festival, Germany Free Fall, Grand Prix, International Documentary Film Festival of Marseilles, France Free Fall, CNC “Image de la culture” Special Award, International Documentary Film Festival of Marseilles, France Free Fall, Short & Experimental Film Grand Prize, Hungarian Film Week, Budapest, Hungary 1995Meanwhile Somewhere … 1940-1943, “Lattücht” Prize Dokument, RT 95 Festival, Neubrandenburg, Germany 1994Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Grand Prize, Montecattini, Terme, Italy 1993Márai Herbal, 2nd Prize, Berlin Sport and Young Film Festival, Germany Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Les Beaux Jours Prix, International Film & Video Festival, Strasbourg, France Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Video Grand Prix, VIPER Film & Video Festival, Lucerne, Switzerland Wittgeinstein Tractatus, Grand Prix, Sound Base Arts Video Festival, Wroclaw, Poland 1991Dusi & Jenő, Grand Prize “vue sur la doc”, 2nd “European Documentary Film Biennial”, Marseilles, France 1990The Bartos Family, Grand Prize, World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, Holland Installations and Exhibitions2018Pictoreque Epochs (2016): The tumultuous 20th-century Hungarian history seen through the camera of painter Mária Gánóczy, Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center, Los Angeles Infermental 3 (1984): Experimental shorts from the first video art magazine, Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center, Los Angeles 2017Issues of Uncertainty, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Hungary Pedagogical Partisan Action, Der Punkt, OFF-Biennále Budapest, Hungary Save as… – “What will remain of new media art?” Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary 2016Stories of Random Bodies, solo exhibition, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Hungary Reconstruction of Story 3: Absolute Time or Materializationof Cinematic Body, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, (MMCA), Seoul, South Korea 2015Meaning (Marcell Esterházy, Péter Forgács, Gábor Gerhes), Capa Center, Budapest, Hungary OFF-Biennale, Budapest, Hungary Letters To Afar, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA “It has happened, though I have not committed it…”, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Hungary 2014Ludwig 25, Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary Turning Points, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, Hungary Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary Letters to Afar, Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY Installations in the Municipal Gallery1992-2014, Museum Kiscell, Budapest, Hungary 2013Letters to Afar , video installation with music by The Klezmatics, commissioned by the MHPJ and the YIVO Institute | Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw, Poland Looming Fire – Stories from the Dutch East Indies 1900-194 | installation – EYE Amsterdam Holland 2011The New Arrivals |Bozar – Brussels, Belgium – 8 Contemporary Artist from Hungary Hungary in Focus 2011, curator: Péter Forgács 2009Col Tempo | The W. Project | 53rd International Art Exhibition, Venice, Giardini di Castello, Italy, Hungarian Pavilion Installation GERMAN UNITY @ BALATON| Rathaus Mainz, 2011; Cottbus, Germany, International Film Festival, 2010; Dortmunder Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, 2010; Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin, 2009 2007Monomotapa and The Game| Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary, ZKM Karlsruhe, Germany 2006Rembrandt Morphs – In/between |RE:MBRANDT 400, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary 2004Educational Cinema| Suppressed Holocaust, Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary 2003SIGHT|AURA C3 group exhibition, Millenáris Pavillon/D., Budapest, Hungary Der Kaiser auf dem Spaziergang – The Ex German Emperor Wilhelm II in exile, Dorn Holland. 1918-1942| The Light-Image-Reality Project Exhibition, AEGINA, Greece2002The Danube Exodus – The Rippling Currents of the River|Bozar / Center for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium, 2011; The Jewish Museum, New York, USA, 2009; Filmhuis, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2008; The Jewish Museum, Berlin,Germany, 2007; Kunstverein, Ulm, Germany, 2007; Ludwig Museum LUMU, Contemporary Art Museum, Budapest, Hungary, 2006; The Judah Magnes Museum, Berkley, California, USA, 2006; Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland, 2005; Future Cinema / ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2003; CCCB, Barcelona, Spain, 2003; The Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA, 2002 2000Free Fall oratorio, with composer Tibor Szemző | performed in San Francisco, Munich, Los Angeles, Budapest, Szeged, Zurich 1997The Visit |What?” group exhibition, Brugge Cultural Capital of Europe, Belgium, 2002; 56 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 2000 The Hung Aryan|OBSERVATORIUM, group exhibition, Ujezdowsky Gallery, Warsaw, Poland, 1998; Budapest Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1997 Saloon and Than!|Liget Gallery, Budapest, Hungary 1996Pre Morgue| “Butterfly Effect” Group Exhibition, Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary 1995Dream Inventory|Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Ungarn, Kulturamt Fellbach, Germany, 2000; “MOST” group Exhibition, Bochum Museum, Germany, 1999; MUHKA Gallery, „Beyond Art & Science” Austro-Hungarian Exhibition, Antwerp, Belgium, 1998; Landes Museum, Graz, Austria „Beyond Art & Science” Austro-Hungarian Exhibition, 1997; Ludwig Museum, „Beyond Art & Science” Austro-Hungarian Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary ; Kiscell Municipal Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1995 1994Hungarian Totem – Assemblage of the pig |-1999 Central European Avant-garde, Ludwig Museum Budapest, Vienna, Madrid & Barcelona, 1999/2000; “Hungarian Totem” Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Ungarn, Fellbach, Germany, 1999; “MOST” group Exhibition, Bochum Museum, Germany, 1999; FAUNA, group exhibition Zachenta Museum, Warsaw, 1999; INTER ACTUS 5, Accademia Ungheria, Roma, 1998; “A Triple Dialogue, group exhibition, Krakow, Poland, 1997; Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 1996; Sao Paolo XXVIII. Biennial, Sao Paolo, Brasil, 1996; Postmasters Gallery, New York, USA, 1996; Kiscell Municipal Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1995; Kapolcs Art Festival, Hungary, 1994 1992Hungarian Video Kitchen Art|10th World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, Holland; Sub Voce Exhibition, Mücsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary Two Nests and Other Things| French Institute Gallery, Budapest, Hungary The Case of My Room |The Shifting Borders, international exhibition, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, United Kingdom 1985Work Desk, installation and performance, Ernst Museum, Young Artist's Studio, Budapest, Hungary 1983Dixi & Pixi, performance with Dixi, Group 180, L. Lugo Lugosi | Kassák Culture Center, Budapest, Hungary 1980Inaguration, installation and performance, performance with L. Lugo Lugosi, István Mártha and Lajos Somoskoi |Young Artists Club (FMK) Budapest, Hungary 1979Stanley & Livingstone - fluxus (lecture on Communist Statues) performance | the Young Artist Club (FMK), Budapest, Hungary

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