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2016. JÚLIUS 21-24.
TIHANY

Daily program

Daily program
The program of ARTplacc Contemporary Art and Design Festival 2015

Wednesday 22nd July 2015

GALÉRIAplacc and DESIGNplacc
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
11.00 guided tour
14.00-18.00 KEF Koncept – open student workshop
16.00 MONGE concrete workshop
17.00 arts board game
19.00 Literature: Fedési kettősök – Gömbhalmaz readings
19.00 guided tours (also available in English)
20.00 Theatre play “Ibsen in my living room”

MOL Nagyon Balaton MUSIC STAGE
21.00 dj Bodoo

ARTplacc CINEMA
21.00 Liza, the Fox-Fairy (HU)
23.00 Friss Hús movie selection – Symphony No. 42 by Réka Bucsi; Limbo Limbo Travel by Zsuzsi Kreif and Bori Zétényi

ARTplacc KIDS
11.00 Tiny Theatre – ‘The fabulous wildlife of Lake Balaton’ movement activity of 45 minutes
17.00 Children’s guided tour
18.00 Tiny Theatre – learning songs from around Lake Balaton in a 45-minute activity

ART ‘n’ FOOD ‘n’ DRINK 11.00–0.00 every day

Thursday 23rd July 2015

GALÉRIAplacc and DESIGNplacc
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
11.00 guided tour
14.00-18.00 KEF Koncept – open student workshop
16.00 MONGE concrete workshop
17.00 Múzeumcafé panel discussion
18.00 PTAH Theatre: “A madarak nem alszanak” (Birds never sleep)
18.00 KEF Documentary Photography – slideshow and panel discussion
19.00 Official opening ceremony

MOL Nagyon Balaton MUSIC STAGE
20.00 MYGL concert
21.00 Gustave Tiger concert
22.00-02.00 dj Tesco Disco

ARTplacc CINEMA
21.00 For Some Inexplicable Reason (HU)
23.00 Friss Hús movie selection – Leftover by Tibor Bánóczki and Sarolta Szabó; Roundabout by Orsi Nagypál

ARTplacc KIDS
11.00 Tiny Theatre – round dancing lesson of 45 minutes
17.00 Children’s guided tour
18.00 Tiny Theatre – ‘Sounds of Balaton’, a 45-minute instrumental activity

ART ‘n’ FOOD ‘n’ DRINK 11.00–0.00 every day

Friday 24th July 2015

GALÉRIAplacc and DESIGNplacc
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
11.00 guided tour
14.00-18.00 KEF Koncept – open student workshop
16.00 Design Terminal talk on how the yet unknown Central-European design culture can transcend regional boundaries to achieve global success
17.00 arts board game
18.00 MOME Department of Literature 2.0 // Unconventional readings event
18.00 KEF Creative Photography – slideshow and panel discussion
19.00 Anita Libor + Dávid Klág (INDEX) warm-up DJ set
19.00 guided tours (also available in English)

MOL Nagyon Balaton MUSIC STAGE
20.00 Dorothy’s Legs concert
21.00 Polar Dear concert
22.00-02.00 Popméter DJ set

ARTplacc CINEMA
21.00 Foodies (SWE)
23.00 Friss Hús movie selection – The execution by Petra Szőcs; Kickbacks by István Kovács

ARTplacc KIDS
11.00 Tiny Theatre – ‘The Green Boat’ educational theatre activity of 45 minutes in preparation to the following day’s performance
17.00 Children’s guided tour
18.00 Tiny Theatre – ‘The Sounds of the Green Boat’, an Irish instrumental music activity of 45 minutes

ART ‘n’ FOOD ‘n’ DRINK 11.00–0.00 every day

Saturday 25th July 2015

GALÉRIAplacc and DESIGNplacc
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
10.00-18.00 the ‘Plastic Cloister’ museum pedagogical project of Ludwig Museum led by Márk Szabó and Rita Dabi-Farkas, involving the audience of ARTplacc
11.00 guided tour
14.00-18.00 KEF Koncept – open student workshop
13.00 Presenting the book “Kinőtt szív” (Heart Outgrown) by Imola Julianna Szabó
16.00 LOGIFACES workshop
17.00 arts board game
18.00 KEF Diploma – slideshow and panel discussion
18.00 ‘the pre- and afterlife of a text’ panel discussion
18.00 the ‘Plastic Cloister’ museum pedagogical project of Ludwig Museum – the launch
19.00 contemporary art and design auction
20.00 Ludwig Museum Art and Wine Lovers’ Club VIP with the HOMOLA winery

MOL Nagyon Balaton MUSIC STAGE
20.00 Gazsi Rap Show concert
21.00 Blahalouisiana concert
22.00 Decentralizált Pálmafák DJ set

ARTplacc CINEMA
21.00 20,000 days on Earth (UK)
23.00 Friss Hús movie selection – Skinner by Gábor Fabricius; The End of Puberty by Fanni Szilágyi

ARTplacc KIDS
10.00 Let’s edit the Csodaceruza Magazine together!
11.00 “Kuruttyoló békakirály” (The Croaking Frog King) theatre play by Veronika Tarján and Kornél Mogyoró
17.00 Children’s guided tour
18.30 Tiny Theatre – ‘The Green Boat’

ART ‘n’ FOOD ‘n’ DRINK 11.00–0.00 every day

Sunday 26th July 2015

GALÉRIAplacc and DESIGNplacc
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
11.00 guided tour
16.00 EPERFA workshop
17.00 arts board game
17.00 KEF Koncept report and panel discussion
18.00 Meeting of writers and readers; introducing Peter Balko (SK)
19.00 guided tour (also available in English)

MOL Nagyon Balaton MUSIC STAGE
20.00 Decentralizált Pálmafák DJ set

ARTplacc CINEMA
21.00 Balaton Method; Fierce in Eastern Europe
23.00 Friss Hús movie selection – The Expedition by Márton Szirmai; The Penguin Construction by Mihály Schwechtje

ARTplacc KIDS
11.00 “Kuruttyoló békakirály” (The Croaking Frog King) theatre play by Veronika Tarján and Kornél Mogyoró
17.00 EPERFA workshop
18.00 music activity
18.30 Tiny Theatre – ‘The Green Boat’

ART ‘n’ FOOD ‘n’ DRINK 11.00–0.00 every day

visual arts-

Visual arts

The designated visual arts marquee of 400 m2 presents young artists under 35. Instead of sticking to traditional genres, this selection turns towards more diverse materials, complex processes, social problems and innovative techniques. So what can you expect? There will be art historical crime fiction with János Vaszary, pur foam golems, porcelain figurines, light-reactive textiles, paint art and also a board game in which you can experience what it is like to be an artist.
This year’s visual artists: EJTech (Esteban de la Torre, Eszter Judit Kárpáti), Viola Fátyol (Zsófi Faur Gallery), Kitti Gosztola, Viktória Hitka, László Karácsonyi (Partizán Gallery), János István Kárpáti (Partizán Gallery), Csilla Klenyánszki (Trapéz Gallery), Gábor Kristóg (Horizont Gallery), Gergő Kovách (Erika Deák Gallery), Áron Kútvölgyi-Szabó (Chimera Project), Karolina Nagy, No Signal Blue (Zsófia Keresztes, Botond Keresztesi), Alice Pattullo (Brody Art Yard), Zsófia Pályi, Barna Péli, Péter Puklus (Trapéz Gallery), Sec.Co & Fresh K.O. (Botond Keresztesi, Árpád Szigeti, Kristóf Kovács), Péter Szalay, Éva Szombat, Gáspár Szőke, Dorottya Vékony

“Talajfogás” (Landing) Tihany compilation
7 réteg zine/Rios Crew/Zsombor Barakonyi/2dkru/Ferenc Zámbó/István Mészáros/FAUN project/Balkán Katonák M.I.A./aLAPdESZKÁK/STÉG team
Operated by Budapest City Council, the Deák 17 Children’s and Young People’s Art Gallery presents its exhibition “Talajfogás” (Landing) – artistic trends in the national culture of skateboarding, in which skateboarding appears as an alternative means of transport, a lifestyle and a subculture through videos, photos, objects, magazines, illustrations as well as literary and musical compositions. Participants can therefore view the culture of skateboarding from a completely new perspective in our related activities.

The ‘Plastic Cloister’ museum pedagogical project by Ludwig Museum

Plastic bottles play a significant role in recycling. Loads of them is being produced every day and they can be found pretty much everywhere; from forests and natural wetlands to urban public places. As a result of the shape of the bottle it can be filled with many things, including solid materials, liquids or simply air. When they are connected, they can even be used for circulating certain materials. Owing to its light weight, plastic floats on water, and therefore it is suitable for constructing watercrafts or buoys.
The installation currently being built is a ship-shaped construction, in which the classic shape of a hull is supplemented by the motion of inert and light plastic bottles, induced by the ambient impact of water and wind. Once ready, the ‘cloister-ship’ is going to set sail at 18.00 on Balaton according to our plans.
The installation is going to be constructed 10.00-18.00 on Saturday 25th July, led by visual artist Márk Szabó and museum pedagogue and visual artist Rita Dabi-Farkas, as well as with the help of the visitors of ARTplacc.

music

Music In comparison to previous ARTplacc festivals, more emphasis will be placed on popular music this year. The number of concerts is going to increase, and the selection criteria of bands and performers have also been changed. One of our main goals is to function as a national ‘showcase’ event, whereby everyone can discover the high-quality and progressive contemporary party music that will hopefully become more widely recognised in the near future.

For example the band Blahalouisiana (Saturday 25th July, 21.00) is going to perform, made up of the ex-members of Jacked and Barbara Schloblocher. Lili Walters and her band Dorothy’s Legs (Thursday 23rd July, 20.00) mix the style of the 80s and contemporary hipster elements with such an impressive delicacy that will certainly make your jaw drop. Erika Szurcsik effectively combines the elegance of a countess and the unpredictable wildness of a punk band in her group Gustave Tiger (Thursday 23rd July, 21.00).

After the above mentioned guitar-based bands, Polar Dear (Friday 24th July, 21.00) is going to show us what electronic pop music is like, and two experienced performers, Márton Hó and Barna Szőke will play together in the formation presently known as MYGL (Thursday 23rd July, 21.00). The key idea of the individual Gazsi Rap Show project can easily be traced in its name straight away, and the frontman Gáspár Szőke deconstructs boundaries of art both as a lead singer and a fine artist in such a way that makes his works both unique and really entertaining at the same time. After the concerts, DJs and DJ collectives like Tesco Disco, Decentralizált Pálmafák, the Popméter team, the pair of Dávid Klág and Anita Libor, and Dj Bodoo will ensure that the party keeps going.

design

Design
As part of this year’s exhibition there will be a massive design marquee for the first time in the history of ARTplacc, where you can admire in a spectacular installation and purchase some of the finest works of the best Hungarian designers, including Miklós Kiss known for his Goldenroach project. The selection of the Mono art & design gallery and concept store will include the special capsule wardrobes of Balcsi Original & DVA, Pelso, NUBU, Kezemura, Anna Nemesi, Rubidium and Kis Hungarikumhatározó. Furthermore, you will have a chance to explore the quality works of already well-known designers such as Hannabi, Pos1t1on, Studio Nomad and Codolagni. The Balaton-themed artefacts made by the MOME Design and Art Department will be presented, and you will also have the opportunity to try Stringbike’s bicycles made in Hungary, as well as the street workout equipment of Hard Body Hang and the floating concrete islands of AB concrete.
We will have a suite of interactive programmes too, including the concrete design workshops on Wednesday and Thursday held by MONGE, and the one on Friday by Szövetség39. On Saturday you can challenge your mind with the Logifaces 3D concrete logic game developed by Planbureau, and on Sunday youngsters aged 3-12 are encouraged to take part in the design workshop of Eperfa to paint building blocks.
If you are also interested in the theoretical background of design, come and join us on Friday for a fascinating talk held as part of our partner Design Terminal’s mentor programme, which will address the question of how the yet unknown Central-European design culture can transcend regional boundaries and achieve global success.

Participating designers:
ab concrete, Alma Abonyi, Absoloot papír áruk, Air from Budapest, Edina Andrasi, Amelie Anna, architecture uncomfortable workshop, Bagder & Fox, Mariann Balázs, Balcsi Original, Vanda Berecz (TFCC, Barbara Katona), Bigyó Works, Boglárka, Boook Press, Bridget & Olivia, Captain's Design, Csimota, CUCC Papírzsák, Delacier, DEZKA, DOT for You, Dóra Dés-Kertész, Eperfa, Evuska, Vanda Ferencz, Flying People, Folqa, Furtinox Kft., Blanka Gajcsi, Gizellab, Hang' On' You, Gábor Hankó, Hannabi, Hard Body Hang, Ágnes Hegedűs, Hello Wood, Hey Mr., Zsófi Hidasi, INQ concept, Je suis belle, Janka JUJJ Juhos, Jurekka, Klára Kalicz, Orsolya Karman, Kattuska, Kele Clothing, Sára Kele, Zsanett Kincses, Kis Hungarikumhatározók, Dávid Kiss, Kissmiklos, KIVIBAG, Dóra Knetik, Luca Kohut-Gorombei, Konsanszky, Ágnes Kovács, Ábel Lakatos, Krisztina Langó, Judit Lantos, Tímea Lantos, Lilla Papai, Line and More, Logifaces, Zoltan Lubloy, LUMINOSE, Madzag, MAKE Design, Malinovka, MANUELA, Viktória Maróti & Succult, Misija Design, MOHA design, MONGE studio, Anna Nemesi, NK Design, NOTO, NUDE BY NUBU, Kálmán Nyilas, NYÚLGYÁR, Paper Up!, Laura Papp, PDSIGN, Personal Perception, Polka lap, POS1T1ON, Prune design, PukiBoo, Ruszkai Jewellery, Saxon János Szász, Scolar Press, Szabina Stefán, Stringbike, Róza Szegedi, Szövetség 39, TATZ tattoo, The Four, Ursha, USE unused, Nóri Vidó, Zosha

DESIGNplacc programme

Wednesday, 22nd July 2015
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
16.00 MONGE concrete workshop

Thursday, 23rd July 2015

10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
16.00 MONGE concrete workshop

Friday, 24th July 2015
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
16.00 Design Terminal talk on how the yet unknown Central-European design culture could transcend regional boundaries to achieve global success

Saturday, 25th July 2015
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
16.00 LOGIFACES workshop
19.00 contemporary art and design auction

Sunday, 26th July 2015
10.00-22.00 exhibition and fair
16.00 EPERFA workshop
17.00 EPERFA workshop for children

photography


Photography

Besides commercial galleries and independent visual artists, some of the most renowned national institutions of art are also going to be presented in ARTplacc, including the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, the Robert Capa Centre of Contemporary Photography and the Mai Manó House of Hungarian Photography. Bringing their own selection of materials and programmes all the way from Budapest with some of their activities organised especially for children, they will ensure that this event becomes a memorable experience for visitors of all ages. Apart from the degree exhibition of the Art and Photography Department of Kaposvár University, we present separate projects and documentaries, and you can also take part in panel discussions.

The Capa Centre presents a slideshow of their selected photographs at the 5th ARTplacc Contemporary Art Festival, taken from their Project Room exhibition areas.
The aim of Project Room is to enable the presentation of fresh, project-based, experimental and intermedial works that push the limits of photography and to provide talented young artists with an opportunity to introduce themselves through their very own – and in many cases their very first – individual exhibitions. The relatively quickly alternating exhibitions open for 3-4 weeks can be visited free of charge, and their Hungarian and English catalogue series published in 2015 enables the continued popularisation of exhibitions.
The video compilation for ARTPlacc 2015 comprises selected photographs from exhibitions already presented in Project Room, including Bonded by Ágnes Éva Molnár, Berlin Bhf. by Anna Tihanyi, Everyday Silences by Miklós Fejős, Floating Aspect by Gyula Sopronyi and INVAREBEST by Dorottya Vékony. Furthermore, a slideshow of the project of Young Photographers’ Studio Home Away – Hungarians in New York are also going to be shown.

The KEF (Kaposvár University Faculty of Arts, Photography) is also presented at ARTplacc.

KEF DIPLOMA is a degree show of selected works by the BA Photography graduates at Kaposvár University Faculty of Arts.

Exhibitors:
Réka Bohus
Boglárka Kokavecz
Gábor Komlósi
Barnabás Neogrády-Kiss
Eszter Rigaová

KEF Koncept
open student workshops between 14.00 and 18.00 on 22-25 July
report and panel discussion at 17.00 on 26th July
and related slideshows and panel discussions on works by KEF
Thursday 23rd July 2015, 18.00 KEF Documentarist Photography
Friday 24th July 2015, 18.00 KEF Creative Photography
Saturday 25th July, 18.00 KEF Diploma
KEF - Alignment + White on White exhibition in KEF Room

cinema

gastronomy

Gastronomy
In 2013 we started to show some of the connecting points between art and gastronomy through various programs in the framework of the First Tihany Gastronomy and Art Days, running parallel with the festival itself. We would like to follow this tradition in 2015, presenting European regional dishes “with a twist” so as to associate them with some of the exposed artwork and performances through colour, texture, mood, heat, national identity, etc. We would cooperate with the local farmers’ market to ensure quality, seasonal and local ingredients are use

theatre

literature

Literature
This year we are focusing on young artists under the age of 35. The emergence of young writers and poets of new generations has long been a notable trend in literature. Their creative groups and progressive initiatives applying interactive tools and modern ideas play an undeniably remarkable role in igniting passion for reading and writing. Luckily, their enthusiasm is both valuable and catchy, and for this reason ARTplacc is devoted to presenting emerging young talents in literature, similarly to other branches of art. We are introducing young writers and poets from our neighbouring country Slovakia in particular, whom we also look forward to welcoming as our distinguished guests of next year’s International Book Festival.

Participants:
Members of the MOME Department of Literature
The authors of Gömbhalmaz Group
Children’s activity of Csodaceruza Magazine
A talk with Peter Balko (SK) sponsored by the Slovakian Institute of Budapest
Imola Julianna Szabó presenting her book “Kinőtt szív” (Heart outgrown) in an unconventional way
Evaluation of the state-of-the-art in literature and the pre- and afterlife of texts. Our guest speakers are Imola Julianna Szabó, Zsófi Kemény and Eszteranna Nagy (PoetVlog)

Programmes

MOME Department of Literature 2.0 (Friday 24th July, 18.00)
Designed texts, emotional roller coaster, special gifts.

“Fedési Kettősök” (Eclipsing Binaries) reading event held by the authors of Gömbhalmaz Group (Wednesday 22nd July, 18.00)

Introducing Peter Balko (SK), sponsored by the Slovakian Institute of Budapest, talking with Dávid Koronczi (Sunday 26th July, 18.00)
“You know, there has to be a woman in every story, otherwise it is not a proper story. It is either about women or nothing, since if there is no woman, the entire thing ain’t worth a shit. We know this all.” – our distinguished guest Peter Balko, writer and screenwriter.
Imola Julianna Szabó’s “Kinőtt szív” (Heart outgrown) – an unconventional presentation (Saturday 25th July, 13.00)
We are presenting the adults’ storybook “Kinőtt szív” (Heart outgrown), which is one of the most exciting literary projects this year.

Evaluation of the state-of-the-art in literature and the pre- and afterlife of texts. A talk with Zsófi Kemény, Eszteranna Nagy (PoetVlog) and Imola Julianna Szabó (Saturday 25th July, 18.00)

ARTplacc KIDS literature – let’s edit the Balaton-themed issue of Csodaceruza Magazine together! (Saturday 25th July, 11.00)


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