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Exhibition of the Visual Arts Department, EKC, Eger

Opening: 20th of March 2015, 7 p.m.

On view: until 20th of April 2015

Introduction: István Erőss, artist, Head of Department

Opening speech by: József Tasnádi, artist

Music: Ádám Boruzs & Benedek Károlyi-Kiss

Exhibiting artists:

Bori Ambrus, Sztella Bácsi, Zsuzsi Bakos, Ildikó Baumgartner, Klára Bernáth, Márton Borbás, Júlia Egervári, Edina Fazekas, Anna Fehér, Zsanett Fehér, Simon Finta, Enikő Fodor, Rita Fórizs, Klaudia Gál, Kristóf Gáthi, Benedek Gulyás, Zsolt Illés, Imre Jeneses, Éva Juházs, Annamária Kaskó, Andrea Kassai, Róbert Keresztes, Péter Keresztessy, Barbara Kocsis, Kund Kopacz, Anikó Kovács, Klaudia Körösi, Péter Lipkovics, Árpád Lippai, Márton Lonsták, Júlia Mátrai, Ágnes Maza, Angéla Nagy, Krisztina Éva Nagy, Nikolett Nagy, Gabriella Nemes, Ádám Négyesi, Anikó Palásty, Beáta Pántya, Nikolett Pintye, Lilla Piszmán, Bori Pócsik, Emilia Radeczki, Bence Ragó, Borbála Rumi, Ildikó Sós, Diána Sülyi, Balázs Szemmelroth, Szabina Szenográdi, Attila Varga , Tímea Vereb, László Wimmer, Patrik Zvara

Consultant teachers:

Péter Balázs, Lajos Csontó, István Erőss, Nemere Kerezsi, Levente Sipos, Szabolcs Süli-Zakar, G. Csongor Szigeti

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The exhibiting artists have been selected from among students at the innovative specializations of the Hungarian higher art education, like the nature art based Plastic Representation and the Electronic Representation / Graphics Departments, based on an interdisciplinary approach (from the Visual Arts Department, Eszterházy Károly College, Eger). The selected artworks’ themes / subjects are mainly dealing with the artistic contextualization of certain natural surroundings, most of them use natural materials, often are ephemeral and as well as there can be observed particular recycling methods of the professional craftsmanship practises. There can be found also site-specific works which thematise ecological issues, or mixed media works, which examine and interpret the natural-artificial relations from an urban point of view. In addition to the thematic complexity, the artworks come from diverse media and genres: plans, photos, documentations, installations, objects, applications, interventions, videos and prints.

Coordinator: G. Csongor Szigeti