She was born in Budapest, Hungary 1987. Since 2011 is a member of the Studio of Young Artists Association. Erasmus Scholarship at Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im Jana Matejki w Krakowie - Intermedia Department, Cracow, Poland, 2013. MA degree at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Intermedia Department, 2015. Selected Exhibitions: Moves out, Labor Gallery, Budapest, 2015. "there is breaking in the words” – Holocaust- memory and literature, Petőfi Literary Museum, Budapest, 2014. Is reality virtual? The contemporary media art and the milestones of the media history, or the mediamuseum.c3.hu, Labor Gallery, Budapest, 2013. SYAA’s new members’ exhibition, Studio Gallery, Budapest, 2012. Crosstalk Video Art festival, Student Selection Screening, Budapest, 2011.


He was born in 1972 in Budapest, Hungary where he lives and works. He graduated from the School of Polytechnics of Kandó Kálmán, the Delft University of Technology and the Technical University of Budapest. Márton works as a program coordinator at C3 in Budapest since 1996. Lecturer of computer studies at the Intermedia Department of the University of Fine Arts Budapest since 1998. Selected projects and exhibitions: Sole and Joint Works 2.0 – B5 Gallery, Targu. Mures, Romania, 2014. a [further] study on the genre of painting – Gateways, KUMU Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia, 2011. Digital Zoetrope – Blickmaschinen - Visual Tactics, Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary, 2009. Promenade 3.0 – Blickmaschinen, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Siegen, Germany, 2009. Smalltalk – Kempelen, Kunsthalle, Budapest; ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2007. AURA 2.0 – ACM Multimedia Interactive Art Exhibition, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, 2006. Promenade 2.0 – Active Image, NCCA Moszkva, Russia, 2005. aura: reflections on a table – Japan Media Art Festival, Tokyo, Japan, 2004. SeeThrough – EU&You, Wien-Graz-Szombathely, Hungary/Austria 2004. SeeThrough – ZKM- Karlsruhe, Ars Electronica Center- Linz, Millenáris - Budapest, Hungary 2004. Camuflage – Iconoclash, ZKM Karlsruhe, Germany, 2002. Promenade – C3 ou la jeune création, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, France, 2001. DeMedusator – Kunst der neuziger Jahre in Ungarn, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany,1999. Cryptogram – Internet.Galaxis 96, Budapest Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1996.

GRÓF, Ferenc / Société Réaliste

Paris-based cooperative founded in 2004 by Ferenc Gróf (b. 1972) and Jean-Baptiste Naudy (b. 1982), appropriates and distorts visual codes used by governments and cultural institutions. Working across fields of art and design, they often utilize maps, emblems, signs, and architecture to critically examine the aesthetics of communication. Société Réaliste’s recent solo exhibitions include: “Empire, State, Building”, Jeu de Paume, Paris, 2011, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, 2012, and MNAC, Bucharest, 2012; “Thelema of Nations”, Galerie Jérôme Poggi, Paris, 2013; “A Rough Guide to Hell”, P!, New York, 2013; “Universal Anthem”, tranzit.ro, Cluj (Romania), 2013; “amal al-gam”, acb Gallery, Budapest, 2014. Société Réaliste’s work has also been included in numerous group exhibitions and biennials in Shanghai, 2012; Lyon, 2009; and Istanbul, 2009. Currently Société Réaliste is on hiatus.

KIS, Judit

Born in 1988. She got her Master’s degree in Intermedia Art in 2015 and her BA degree in Fine Art Theory in 2013 at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. She also completed a term at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London as an exchange student. In the past few years she participated in short residencies and exhibited in London, Berlin, Stuttgart, Tallin, Belgrade and Budapest. She has a variety of works inspired by her private life experiences as well as by observations of public situations. She previously spent a year in China where she worked in art and museum education. Relevant shows: One monday night stand – Povvera/ Berlin, 2015. Best of diploma show – Barcsay, HUFA/ Budapest, 2015. Thresholds – Making the Medium/ CHB, Berlin, 2013. Crosstalk(6) International Videofestival at Higgs Field/ Budapest, 2013. ‘A Momentary Holding’ at Gallery on the Corner, London, 2012.


Born in 1963, Békéscsaba, Hungary. Lives and works in Budapest. Between 1986-1990 studied at the Painting Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest. Postgraduate studies between 1990-1992 at the Mural Department of the same university and at the Video Department of the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, 1991. Co-founder of the U.F.F. Gallery in 1997, got the Derkovits Scholarship between 1995-1998 and the Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Rome, 1998, the Scholarship of Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2005. Artist in Residence at the Gasworks Gallery, London, 1998, and at the European Center for Contemporary Art Actions, Strasbourg, 2007. From 1987 onward he participated in numerous solo and more than one hundred group exhibitions internationally. He represented Hungary at the Venice Biennale in 2001: Social Intercourse, 49.Biennale di Venezia, Hungarian Pavilion. In 2002 he took part at the XXV Bienal de Sao Paulo with the project Oscillatory, Compensation, Dream. His works are part of several public and private collections as the Ludwig Museum, Budapest; City Art Gallery of Szombathely, Szombathely; City Art Gallery of Paks, Paks; Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros and the Írókéz collection, the Spengler-Somlai collection, etc. Works in public spaces, among others: Mosaic mural of M4 metro Szent Gellért station, Budapest, 2013. Spears, glass mural for Szent István University, Gödöllő, 2008. Energy fluctuations, glass mural for Szent István University, Gödöllő, 2006. Some publications: Komoróczky Tamás, Flying Carpet + Escape Attempt + Anticipated Target Concepts, catalogue, 2011. Komoróczky Tamás, Works & Days, (2004-2008), catalogue, 2008. Focus Istanbul, Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin, 2005. Histories Hongroises, Musée d'art moderne de Lille Métropole, Villeneuve D' Ascq, 2001.


Born in Budapest. She studied graphics and painting at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (1955-1961). She received a scholarship to Vienna in 1967 and till 1996 has been living in Vienna and Budapest, since 1996 only in Budapest. She is a member of Béla Balázs Studio (1973) and starting from the same year she directed several experimental films ('Learned Spontaneaus Movements', 1973; 'Relative Swingings', 1973; 'Timing', 1973/80; 'Proportions', 1979; 'Triolets', 1980/81; 'Kalah', 1980), Seven Trials (1981/82). She teaches art at several free schools and courses since 1975 (Collage for Applied Arts. Budapest, 'Creativity and Visuality', Ganz_Mávag, Budapest). She became a lecturer at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts (1987) and was a Professor there between 1990 and 2007, currently she is Professor Emeritus there. She received Munkácsy Award (1995) and Kossuth Award (2003). She made a lot of photogram experiments and she published the book: 'Fényelvtan [Light-syntax]. On the photogram' (2001). In December 2008 the Ludwig Museum (Budapest) presented: 'Dóra Maurer - Concise Ouvre', her life-work exhibition. She is a founding member of Open Structures Art Society (http://www.osas.hu). Her artworks are in public several collections: Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest; Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest; Ludwig Museum / Museum of Contemporary Art. Budapest; Grafische Sammlungen, Albertina, Vienna; Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; The Tate Gallery, London The Chicago Art Institute (2011), Museum of Modern Art, NY (2013), Centre Pompidou (2014).

MONHOR, Viktória

She was born Budapest, 1989, studied art history & aesthetics between 2009-2012 at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and social sciences at the Corvinus University of Budapest, graduated in 2016. From 2013 she studies at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Intermedia Department. Selected exhibitions and events: Art Has No Alternative (An Archive of Artist in Action), tranzit.sk, Bratislava, 2015. Transparent Sound Festival, Budapest Center of Architecture, 2015. Enjoy Dózsa!, 2B Gallery, Budapest, 2014. A common cartography? - group exhibition of the Mapping the Local course, Budapest, 2013. Photo Poetica, FUGA Gallery, Budapest, 2010. People are freaky at full moon, TÁP theatre @Merlin, 2009. LUFTHASE, performance directed by Pneuma Szöv. 2008. The Journey of Odysseus, directed by Bálint Juhász @Merlin Theatre, 2007.

NÉMETH, Hajnal

Born in 1972, Szőny, Hungary, lives and works in Berlin. Studied at the Intermedia Department at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest between 1995–2000. After arriving to Berlin in 2002 with the international studio program of Künstlerhaus Bethanien, she got several stipendiums in Germany, among others from Senatskanzlei Berlin, Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn and Akademie der Künste Berlin. She was nominated for the Nam June Paik Award in 2010. Since 1998 the she participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions at prestigious art institutions in Europe, America and Asia, including MUMOK, Vienna, Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin, The Kitchen New York, Renaissance Society Chicago, Tate Modern London, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Art Museum Singapore, Ludwig Museum Budapest, Museo de Arte Reina Sofía Madrid, TENT Rotterdam, Museum Kunst Palast Düsseldorf, Kunsthalle Budapest, Zamek Ujazdowski Warsaw, Comunidad de Madrid, Kunst-Werke Berlin, Casino Luxembourg, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Moderna Museet Stockholm, Musée d’Art moderne de Saint-Etienne, Picasso Museum Barcelona, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein Berlin, American University Museum at the Katzen Washington, Palais de Tokyo Paris. In 2001 she exhibited at the 2.Berlin Biennale in Kunst-Werke Berlin, in 2011 she was representing Hungary at the 54th Venice Biennale.

RÉVÉSZ László László

Born in Budapest, where he studies painting and animation film at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and at MOME. From 1979 he works with the Indigo Group. Between 1978 and 1990 he and András Böröcz, as a performance duo work on several different performance in Hungary, Germany, Finland, Canada, Great Britain and in the USA. (selection of the works: 'Max and Moritz' 1983, 'The Love of the Melon Vendor Boys' 1986, 'Spring Sonata' 1985, 'Aurora Our Hour' 1988, 'Flea' 1986,. In 1987, at the documenta8 as official artist they created 'Dawn Carlos'. From 1988 he makes solo performances in Hungary, Austria, Australia and Slovakia such as 'The Apple of the Ballerina' 1988, 'His Master's Voice' 1992, She is the Server' 1996, 'The Apple of the Ballerina 2' 2001. From 1990 he is a member of the Béla Balázs Filmstudio, where he directs such films as 'Prager Student' 1990, 'Unknown Masterpiece' 1993, 'Gestalt' 1995 and 'Seven Seasons' 1985-93, a collection of his former works. In 1994 and 1995 he works animation shorts in Cologne for the VOX TV station. From 1997 till 1999 he creates folding screen pantings for the comission of Joao Silva in Porto, Portugal. Between 2005 and 2006 he is the artistic director of the Hungarian Cultural Center, NYC. Several works of him are in public collections such as Hungarian National Gallery, Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest, Lentos Museum, Linz, The Zine Collection at London college of Communication Library. From 2014 he works with the performace group Karkade Company as writer and director. He started teaching at in 1993 at the MOME and at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where he is an associate professor.


He was born in Budapest in 1984. Studied photography, than between 2009 – 2014 at the Intermedia Department, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest. In 2012 he got the Székely Bertalan grant than in 2015 the Derkovits scholarship. Selected exhibitons: Technologies of the perception – The frontiers of image observation, Labor Gallery, Budapest, 2015. Venture factor, Intermédia 2.0, MODEM, Debrecen, Hungary, 2013. Twenty but One, MAGMA contemporary medium, Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania, 2012. Cassette, Labor Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 2011. The text Behind, Month of Photography Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2011. Urban Spaces Berlin-Budapest, Demo Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 2011.


He was born in 1969 in Budapest, Hungary where he lives and works today. Graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts first from the Painting (1992), later from the Intermedia Department (1994). Currently he works as the director of the Doctoral School of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and as a professor of the Intermedia Department. His artistic approach can be characterized by experimentalism closely related to technical media. Szegedy-Maszák uses a broad spectrum of mediums in his artworks, from traditional chemical based photographical processes through painting and printmaking to interactive virtual- and augmented reality installations. Albeit his artistic approach is strongly based on media (an)archeology and the creative applications of contemporary digital technology, his art became internationally known by his immersive installations from the 1990-s, where the meaningful usage of special interfaces and digital technology made explorable the computer generated illusions. His artworks combine cutting edge tools with anachronistic processes both in terms of technology and meaning; intentionally confronting the viewer with the (historical) determination of our world picture by our depicting technologies.


Composer, performer, media artist. Graduated from Liszt Academy and Moholy-Nagy University of Arts Budapest. Oriented by his diverse lines of interest towards the borderline areas of the various genres. Founder of creative performing formations (Group 180, Fodderbasis, Gordian Knot Cinematic Music Lab). Beside music compositions he creates films and installations. His works are present across Europe and beyond, winner of awards.


He was born in 1954, Budapest. He studied from 1975 to 1983 at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava. Between 1978 and 1984 he was the member of INDIGO Group lead by Miklós Erdély. He has been teaching since 1981, first in study circles, later in higher education. Today he is a university professor and the Head of Media Design Department at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest where he has been teaching since 1989. In 1990 he was awarded with Munkácsy Prize, he was honored with the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary, Officers' Cross in 2009. He creates artworks in the field of painting, installation, performance art, video and film direction. He had more than hunred solo and group exhibitions, he also participated in art festivals at numerous places around the world. Since 1972 he has been directing performance art pieces in Europe, Asia, North- and South-America. His most prominent artworks are the following (exhibitions, mural works, performances, installations, films and videos): Pro/Contra/Against, 153 video-performances, 2013-2015. Pro/Contra, retroscpective exhibition, m21 Gallery, Zsolnay Quarter, Pécs, and Midnight, retrospective exhibition, Várfok Gallery, Budapest, 2014. Pro/Contra I, II, III, NIPAF, 19th Nippon International Performance Festival, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagano, 2013. Tabula Rasa, with László feLugossy, Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico, 2000. Tabula Rasa, feature film with László feLugossy, 2000. Lying Tree III, solo exhibition, Galerie Etaj ¾ De La Teatru National, Bucharest, 1997. Lying Tree, Lying Crystal, solo exhibition, Kiscelli Museum, Budapest 1997. Solo exhibition and performance, Hungarian Institute, Helsinki, 1993. Solo exhibition and performance, Ernst Museum, Budapest, 1992. Dawn, three performances, Dokumenta VII. Kassel, 1987. Avanti, performance, Bercsényi College, Budapest, 1983 Solo exhibition and performance, University of Horticulture, Budapest, 1981.


He was born in Ajka, Hungary. Between1992-1998 worked for the MEDIAWAVE Festival, Győr; independent film maker. Studied at the Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln, 2005-2007, http://www.khm.de/pm/projekte/projekt/paview/2114/. Recent works, exhibitions: Homeopathic Reality, Ernst Múzeum, Budapest, 2011. Katharina Roters – Szolnoki, József, Hungarian Cubes: Subversive Ornaments in Socialism, Zürich: Park Books, 2014. http://index.hu/nagykep/2014/07/08/magyar_kocka/ Hack the past! Exhibition of Katharina Roters and Szolnoki, József. Rómer Flóris Művészeti és Történeti Múzeum, Győr, 2016.


He was born in Budapest, 1972, studied between 2001-2006 at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Intermedia Department, than between 2011-2014 at the Doctoral School of the same University. Exhibitions, events: Shooting gallery, Budapest, Wien, 2015. Registration Error. Error and Co. The Contemporary Hungarian Gallery of Dunajská Streda, Slovakia, 2013. Oppression Test, London , Chelsea College of Art, 2013. Kaos Camping, Gran Lux, Wien, 2012.


is an animation and new media artist. He started out by creating animations at the age of nine. Then he worked as painter, illustrator and photographer. He began working with computers in 1983. He was artist-in-residence at the ZKM Institute for Visual Media in 1992, and subsequently a member of the Institute's research staff (1993-1997) before taking up a guest professorship at the HBK Saar, Saarbrucken (1997-2002). The IAMAS in Gifu, Japan, has chosen Waliczky as artist-in-residence in 1998-99. From 2003 until 2005 he is professor at Fachhochschule Mainz. Between 2005 and 2010 he is teaching at HBK Saar again. Since September 2010 he is professor at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. Waliczky works together with his wife Anna Szepesi since the early eighties. Anna is the artistic adviser in most of his works. His works won numerous international awards, including the Golden Nica of Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, was shown in several exhibitions worldwide, including the Biennial of Lyon, the ICC Gallery Tokyo, the Multimediale Karlsruhe or the Biennial of Seville, and are in different public collections, like the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris) or the Ludwig Museum (Budapest).