Dóra Maurer, Mithu Sen, Tamás Kaszás, Aliza Orlan, Gideon Horváth, Johanna Calle, Katarina Šević, Dominika Trapp
Dominika Trapp, Escaping Water series, 2022, ink on antique paper, Foto: Dávid Bíró, Trapéz Gallery, Budapest
The exhibition takes its starting point from the understanding of fluid and transformative existence, relations and presences, the expanded idea of intimacy and its practices from friendship to kinship.
It brings together artists with diverse mixed media practices whose collaborative and individual works interrogate the contemporary condition through the somatic and explore the relationship between bodies and the organization of space.
Informed by queer ecologies, feminism, critical anthropology, re-envisioning collective futures and infrastructures the presentation revolves around notions of radical joy, abundance, vulnerability and resilience.
Sensory Tales features a line-up of artists from different generations, backgrounds and geographies whose practices share a nuanced and transformative treatment of their chosen media challenging us to reconsider how we read and understand facets of reality and identity.
Katarina Šević, News from Nowhere, ongoing project, wood, lacquer, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist