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Screening Room: Contemporary Hungarian Video Artists
Janos Gat Gallery
03/06/2009 – 03/07/2009

A two-day long event of nightly projections, Screening Room presents a diverse selection of films and videos by contemporary artists from Budapest and New York. Created in collaboration with Janos Gat Gallery in New York, Screening Room features works from the satirical, documentary style film narrating Tamás St. Auby’s sculptural intervention—his turning of Budapest’s Statue of Liberty into a ghost—to the Berlin-based artist, Hajnal Németh’s most recent pseudo-video clip, Air Out.


Screening Sequence for both nights

Tamás St. Auby          The Soul of The Statue of Liberty, 1992

Ilona Németh                Handiwork, 2006

Andrea Schneemeier     Five Star (A Dinner), 2008

Endre Koronczi            Venus, 2005

Hajnal Németh               NataSsa, 2000,Air Out, 2008

Tamás Komoróczky       Shooting Days, 2005

Ádám Szabó                  Hand, 2004, Which First? (Chicken & Egg,) 2005 and Vanitas (Plastic Surgery), 2007

Balázs Kicsiny               The Home Seeker, 2005,The Cobblers Apprentice, 2005, Interview in the Pump

Room, 2005, and The Burial of Time, 2005

Tamás Vészi               In Mobile Sanctum, 2008                                                                                                

Mara Bodis-Wollner       Wine, 2007-2008, The Mirror, 2007-2008, and Lunch, 2007-2008 

Marcell Esterházy           Mistral I-III, 2003

Pál Ks                            Director’s Cut, 2006

EIKE                               Utopia: Past of the Future, 2005

Rebecca Major               Agent Ruin, 2009

Ádám Szabó                  Red Hedgehog, 2005



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Tel: 212-777-2426

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