DONNET – SZŰCS – SZŰCS: REGISTERS OF FREEDOM
moving images, movie performances & images as part of BODY’S SLIM 5 GROUP EXHIBITION
multi channel moving image installation loop 3x~4' HD, HU 2013-2018
experiments with choreographic moving images on visualization of late work of Franz Liszt
Broken Project -installation, performance, political poetics
multi-media installation and performance
Broken Project is a performative theatrical installation, expanded in time and space. The aim of it is to question our society’s cultural issues regarding relations of the individual and the community. It is not intended to amuse or entertain, to answer questions or to provide jurisdiction. Instead, it tries to discover autonomous attitudes of human empathy, solidarity, openness and tolerance. Participating artists deliver their own media to process the current topic, to connect to one another, in order to present a piece that one can involve in and connect to, to be able to create one’s own variants. A complex corpus of performances and installations connected in one performative space, Broken Project seeks for answers on authenticity of ars poetica in today’s Hungary.
Hungary 2015 - Hommage á Miklós Jancsó
multi-media installation and experimental dancefilms
'Hungary has been gripped by a controversy over anti-immigration posters.
The state-funded posters, which popped up in Budapest, featured the slogans like: “If you come to Hungary, you cannot take away Hungarians’ jobs”, "If you come to Hungary, you have to respect our culture!", "If you come to Hungary, you have to keep our laws. "
The campaign is part of a strategy by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in response to a rise in asylum seekers in the country. Hungary had the second-highest number of asylum requests in 2014, second only to Sweden.'
/Chris Harris. Euronews 12-06-2015/
Common Decency - partnership analysis with Cordiner-system
'I have had some experiences with love, or think I have, anyway, although the ones I have liked best could easily be described as “common decency.” I treated somebody well for a little while, or maybe even for a tremendously long time, and that person treated me well in turn. Love need not have had anything to do with it.' [...]
[...] 'Love is where you find it. I think it is foolish to go looking for it, and I think it can often be poisonous.I wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, “Please—a little less love, and a little more common decency.”
/Kurt Vonnegut: Slapstick/
inspired by Slapstick, novel of Kurt Vonnegut meditating on possibilities of partnership analysis