[artinfo] forradalom szeretlek_meghivo

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Thu Sep 11 10:39:17 CEST 2008


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Forradalom szeretlek
1968 a muveszetben, a politikaban es a filozofiaban

Megnyito: 2008. szeptember 12, 19h
Megtekintheto: 2008. szeptember 13 -- oktober 19.

Heath BUNTING, Nancy DAVENPORT, ERHARDT Miklos, Jean-Baptiste GANNE, 
KASZAS Tamas / RugaNegra, Zofia KULIK, Marko LULIC, NEMES Csaba, Oliver 
RESSLER / Zanny BEGG, ST.AUBY Tamas, Fia-Stina SANDLUND, Mladen 
STILINOVIC, Stefanos TSIVOPOULOS
Kuratorok: Maja es Reuben FOWKES

A kuratorok tarlatvezetese a kiallitason: 2008 szeptember 24, 18h

A "forradalom szeretlek" 1968 majusanak szlogenje, amely felidezi a 
valtozas iranti vagyat es a szabadsagba vetett hitet, melyek atjartak az 
egyetemes forradalom e kulonleges pillanatait. A kiallitas 1968-at mint 
a szabadsagrol szolo kozjatekot es a hierarchikus tarsadalmak 
elnyomasanak es kizsakmanyolasanak ellenszegulo globalis mozgalmat 
vizsgalja. Fokuszaban az utcai politizalas, a radikalis filozofia es a 
technologiai jovokepbol valamint a fenntarthatatlan konzumtarsadalom 
mergezett gyumolcseibol valo kiabrandultsagra adott kreativ valaszok 
tomege. Az Europan keresztulsopro forradalmi lendulet a szembenallo 
keleti es nyugati gazdasagi es politikai rendszerek hattere elott lattatja.
Partnerek: CACT Thesszaloniki; MIRIAD Manchester Metropolitan 
University; International Project Space Birmingham
Tamogato: NKA

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Kapcsolodo publikacio:
Forradalom szeretlek: 1968 a muveszetben, a politikaban es a filozofiaban
Szerkesztok: Maja & Reuben Fowkes.
Szerzok tobbek kozott: Katja DIEFENBACH, Simon FORD, Rajko GRLIC, Jens 
KASTNER, Kostis KORNETIS, Viktor MISIANO, Lukasz RONDUDA , TAMAS Gaspar 
Miklos.
Metropolitan University -- CACT Thesszaloniki -- Trafo KMH, 2008.
ISBN: 978-1-905476-34-3.

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Trafo -- Kortars Muveszetek Haza, Trafo Galeria 1094 Budapest, Liliom 
utca 41.
www.trafo.hu
e-mail: gallery at trafo.hu
tel.: 456-2044, fax: 456-2050
Nyitva: keddtol vasarnapig 16 -- 19 oraig, valamint eloadasok elott es 
utan egy oran keresztul


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Revolution I Love You
1968 in Art, Politics and Philosophy - international exhibition at Trafo 
Gallery

Opening: 12 September, 2008, 7pm
13 September - 19 October 2008

'Revolution I Love You' is a slogan from May '68 that recalls the 
exuberance, deep desire for change and belief in the possibility of 
freedom illuminating a precious moment of universal revolt. The 
exhibition investigates 1968 as an interlude of liberty and instance of 
global resistance to the oppression and exploitation prevalent in 
hierarchical societies. The focus is on the interplay between the 
politics of the streets, radical philosophy, and the explosion of 
creative responses to the sense of disenchantment with the false promise 
of a technological future and the poisoned fruit of an unsustainable 
consumer society. It considers the modalities of the unrest across 
Europe against the backdrop of contrasting economic and political 
systems from East to West. The exhibition is the second in a series of 
projects investigating the possibility for change through the 
revolutionary moments of the twentieth century and their ramifications 
for contemporary art and culture.

Heath BUNTING, Nancy DAVENPORT, ERHARDT Miklos, Jean-Baptiste GANNE, 
KASZAS Tamas / RugaNegra, Zofia KULIK, Marko LULIC, Csaba NEMES, Oliver 
RESSLER / Zanny BEGG, ST.AUBY Tamas, Fia-Stina SANDLUND, Mladen 
STILINOVIC, Stefanos TSIVOPOULOS

Curated by: Maja &Reuben FOWKES
Guided tour: 24 September 2008, 6pm

In collaboration with: CACT Thesszaloniki; MIRIAD Manchester 
Metropolitan University; International Project Space Birmingham
Supported by: National Cultural Fund, Hungary


Related publication:
Revolution I Love You: 1968 in Art, Politics and Philosophy
Edited by: Maja &Reuben FOWKES
Essays by: Katja DIEFENBACH, Simon FORD, Rajko GRLIC, Jens KASTNER, 
Kostis KORNETIS, Viktor MISIANO, Lukasz RONDUDA , G. M. TAMAS
Published by: Manchester Metropolitan University -- CACT Thesszaloniki 
-- Trafo KMH, 2008.
ISBN: 978-1-905476-34-3.

Trafo -- House of Contemporary Arts, Trafo Gallery
1094 Budapest, Liliom utca 41.
tel.: +36 1 456-2044
e-mail: gallery at trafo.hu
http://www.trafo.hu
Open: Tuesday to Sunday 4--7 pm, and one hour before and after the 
performances


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