“THE STREETLIGHT” (Open-air signpost exhibition after Vilém Flusser’s essay)
Context zero points - Monochrome and Nothing
Versions of monochrome light and sound fill the exhibition space creating a mythical-meditative experience of space, which is coupled with barely noticeable lyrical texts: Yves Klein on the concept of monochrome as well as Ben Vautier, Ray Johnson, Miklós Erdély and Endre Tót’s texts on the concept of nothing
György Galántai’s virtual presentation
on evolutionary chance, interactive interfaces, self-assembling knowledge, the ideal web-site, the aleatoric galaxy and threshold.
Inductive Point of Junction by INTERMÉDIA
/exhibition of the Bartók 32 Gallery in Artpool P60 presenting the findings of the Intermedia Department/
ADD TO ART
One of the typical art trends in the late sixties and the seventies was process art, which was a mutant of minimal and conceptual art including the element of time. The next mutant is add to art, which differs from process art in two ways: images are not simultaneous but are presented as part of a continued discourse or modified by being added on, and it collectivises the creative process thus allowing for chance events.
Chance works by Hungarian artists as well as art quantums submitted to the network construction CHANCE FUTURE from the areas of international humourism, provincialism, epigonism, dilettantism, ethnism and Fluxus.
Knowledge-friendly chance in a knowledge-friendly environment
György Galántai’s outline for his network presentation.
Ca. 30 years ago – chapel exhibitions in Balatonboglár
Study-exhibition from the material of the Artpool archives.
FROM EUROPE TO EUROPE – MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE
Document-exhibition of the Artpool Art Research Center, established 10 years ago.
the IMPOSSIBLE REALISM in an International Context –
the territory of flux, concept and conceptual art.
(study exhibition about the Hungarian relevancies of international Fluxus and Concept Art)