I Sleep to Wake Up, I Get Up to Lie Down

Opening: 2016.02.11. 7pm
Opening speech: Szalipszki Judit,

Mécs Miklós is cooking, Office of eternal change
Dresscode: costume
Finissage: 2016.03.02.: József Sós: guided meditation
Fiatal Képzőművészek Stúdiója Egyesület
Opening hours: K, CS, P: 12-18, Sze: 12-20, Szo: 14-18, H: Zárva
Adress: 1077 Budapest, Rottenbiller u. 35.

Alpern Bernadett, Farkas Júlia, Fischer Judit, Flohr Zsuzsi, Halász Dániel, Kende Tamás, Klima Gábor, Markos Viktor, Mécs Miklós, Molnár Ágnes Éva, Páll Tamás, Rudas Klára, Katarina Šević, Sós József, Surányi Nóra, Vera Vera, Jelena Viskovic, Zagyvai Sári, Zalavári András
Curators: Szalipszki Judit és Szemző Zsófi


“Strange, dreamlike, found objects and views. Isolating foliage flag from Israel. Fatal vision between two dream cycles: taking place, taking root, symbol of finding a new home. A free-from nation, free from slogan flag. It’s material is reflective, refractive, thermo holder surface. (According to the dream books if the flag is in hand it signifies authority, If we see it from afar on the horizon it signifies chaotic times.)

Small, trivial movements, zone-shifts, in and outbound hitch: state of no outline after awakenings or collapsing, border-zones are the center of the theme of this exhibition. Analyzing the alignment to constantly changing inner or outer circumstances, the need for change, dislocation, shift of time, utopia related to these new circumstances. Stories of those who are forced to change and who desire to change.” Judit Szalipszki


Photo: Zsuzsi Simon