SOLIDARIUM // ERHARDT Miklós works 2005-2015

SOLIDARIUM // ERHARDT Miklós works 2005-2015

MAGMA – contemporary medium

http://magma.maybe.ro/

Opening: 08.10.2015, 18h
Opening speech by: Tordai-S. Attila, curator and founder of tranzit.ro
On view 09. – 30.10.2015, every day, except for Mondays and holidays, between 11:00-19:00

Since the end of 90s, his work – interventions in public space, photo, video, mixed media installations – has been evolving within the overlaps of the social/political/artistic fields. Between 1998 and 2006 he worked in the Big Hope project group with Scottish artist Dominic Hislop and German artist Elske Rosenfeld doing a series of dialogical projects and widely exhibiting in Europe and beyond; their first project Inside Out – snapshots by Budapest Homeless was included in the exhibition ‘After the Wall – Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe’ in Moderna Museet, Stockholm. His individual work was included in exhibitions in Apex Art New York, Galerija Skc Belgrade, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Manifesta 7 and Wiener Secession. He worked as a curator and producer of the Balázs Béla Film Studio (1998 – 2000), translated books by Guy Debord, Noam Chomsky, Jacques Rancière and others into Hungarian and published his own writings in a variety of on-line and printed art magazines. Since 2008, he has been working as an associate professor of media design at the Moholy Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest. In his free time, he plays music and looks for mushrooms. Lives and works in Budapest and Vienna.

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