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book launch at held at Auróra
 
 

Twenty four students have worked together in small groups following the theme of the Spaces of Uncertainty during Spring semester 2015. The first phase of  Spaces of Uncertainty was realized in a form of an exhibition last December at the Barcsay Hall, HUFA.

The aim of the project was that students choose different ways of working together and gain experiences in exploring and representing the city and its inhabitants. The publication forms an artistic research project divided into chapters. Each group is allocated ten pages for applying visual materials (photos and drawings) and texts. The results could be considered as a visual diary about experiencing the city using this frame to introduce to the reader / viewer to the steps of collaborative processes from the beginning of a conceptual idea to the different aspects of its realisation. Within the Mapping the Local programme, the number and component of students have been changing every year; each semester different Hungarian students and international ones  - coming from art universities from all over the world -  join the course. The structure and methodology follows guidelines based on collaborative research and representational processes related to the city as a general theme.

more information:

www.spacesofuncertainty.info        e-artnow.org article

 
 
Crossing the Paths 
70 pages, 2016
 
The aim of the recent project was for students to formulate different methods of working together and gain experiences in exploring and representing a previously defined area of city: its streets, buildings, squares and the everyday life of its inhabitants. The results of this process would be an online publication that includes the artistic research projects divided into chapters. The outcome could be consideres as a visual diary abou experiencing the city using the frame and to introduce the reader/viewer into the methodology of the collaborative process which led from a conceptual idea to the different aspects of its realisation.
 
 
160 pages, 2018