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Parcella at Impex Contemporary Art Provider, Budapest
Exhibition of proposals, ideas, and documentation of the Parcella Series.
The Parcella series was a collaboration between Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum and Lumen Photography Foundation. This final exhibition at Impex presents the entire process as it was realized from curation to realization. It features documentation from the actualized projects, and also presents the proposals and ideas received from all of the invited applicants.
For the series, artists were invited to submit proposals for site-specific work to take place during the summer of 2007. From the invited applicants, Skulpturenpark worked with a joint German-Hungarian curatorial team to select seven final projects. The goal of the project was to open the idea of sculpture as a process and strategy with the potential to reveal the site's social and historical layers while adding a creative layer of its own.
Invited artists and applicants
Diego Castro, István Csákány & Beatrix Szörényi, Anna Fabricius & Tibor Gyenis, András Huszár, Tamás Kaszás, Zsolt Keserue & Levente Polyák, Krisztián Kristóf, Ingeborg Lockemann, Maki Ueda, Kathrin Mayer, Nevin Aladag, Yeliz Palak, Márta Rácz, Anikó Szövényi, Michelle Teran, Edwin van der Heide, Csaba Vándor
Daniel Knorr: 1 Year Warranty / 1 Jahr Garantie
Miklós Mécs : 43 proposals, 1 month residency
Hajnal Németh : Truck Facing Eastwards
Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser: Turn it one more time
Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri: We Draw Our Hope On Berlin
Wiebke Groesch & Frank Metzger: New Borders / Neue Grenzen
Katarina Sevic: Social Motions
Marius Babias (independent curator, Berlin), Balázs Beöthy (C3 – Center for Culture and Communication, Budapest), Miklós Erhardt (artist, Budapest), Stephen Kovats (V2_: Institute for Unstable Media, Rotterdam), Annette Maechtel (independent curator, Berlin), Edit Molnár (Kunsthalle, Budapest), Kati Simon (Kunsthalle, Budapest), Bettina Steinbruegge (Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg).
Matthias Einhoff, Philip Horst, Gergely László, Markus Lohmann, Harry Sachs, Daniel Seiple
Curators of the Impex, Budapest exhibition
Gergely László & Kati Simon