The city is an ever changing, living organism that is developing with us, the citizens. In order to survive, it needs reformation, that is, constant development of the urban space.
At the exhibition of the students of Photography MA at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, not only the transitional state of the city shaping activity, and its ambiguous results are in focus, but it also becomes clear that the city reflects the history, culture, economy and society of its residents and communities.
Focusing on the constant development of the urban space, each location and area of the photographs were marked in the Budapest map. As a structural material, the OSB board gives the installation a characteristic, yet temporary appearance.
→ New City @ Budapest Photo Festival
Budapest Projekt Gallery, 07 - 28 April 2017
→ Kira Koroknai
→ Dávid Kovács /exhibition/, Gábor Baksa: Temporal Landscapes