SOME/ART : 'DISFIGURING' EXHIBITION IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
Disfiguring - Temple of uncertainty
Against all odds, young curator Janos Cserhati created a transient exhibition space amidst a sickly green power plant based on the outskirts of Budapest and brought together talent to create a temporary exhibition showcasing the works of painter Rebecca Brodskis, with her bold portraiture of isolation and ill, self-fulfilling mental prophecies.. and Adrian Kiss, installation artist, explorer for shells of light, bodies of liquid, a somewhat strange, non-static beauty.
The recognition of "Disfiguring" is a proof of the brilliance that manages to escape the obstacles of the burokratic Hungarian artscape. Budapest, a lost city, zero longevity ground... many of its bests are forced to survive cast aside all across Europe... " Disfiguring " manifested from the thin spider net of international friendships, like many meaningful matter these days.. Perfect strangers drawn to aesthetic missions of indeterminate nature. All very human in its limits and fragility, however, this temporarily nature can never depict its value. Disfiguring is the unexpected proof for strength in uncertainty.
Music during the exhibition by Nikita Zabelin
Photography by Sofiya Urban
Text by Sophie Rotas | S/TUDIO