Aerocene: Museo Aero Solar

Aerocene Exploreris an inflatable floating sculpture that rises into the air without fossil fuels, solely using the energy of the Sun and the wind.


Area with bees

“Belgian architect Jan de Vylder said about one of his projects: »It’s beautiful because it’s not«. During university, we built small concrete retaining walls in our garden, but we couldn’t fix the formwork properly, so the walls have shifted, altering th ...


Danube Chapel

​The Danube is constantly drifting; travelling through countries, cities. The Danube Chapel is built for the river: it provides a stable resting place for the ever-moving water, adapted to the urban environment. The tower-shaped building is made of galvan ...



We reach home, turn the light and the heating on. We use hot water to take a shower and wash our clothes and dishes. We take such things for granted. But what about the ones who are not given access to these basic utilities and services in Hungary? How do ...


MENU imaginaire

What do you eat when resources are limited?

The project focuses on the future of alimentation. It makes us think about today’s food system issues through the future narratives of fine artists, food designers, philosophers and researchers.


Machinic Leviathan

The exhibition explores whether democracy in its current form would survive the advancement of artificial intelligence and social media, in other words, the rise of digital information technology. How does this process, which will ultimately lead to inf ...


News Medley #1: Kartal

A project by Alicja Rogalska with Katalin Erdődi and Réka Annus

​Inspired by the rich tradition of folk culture in Hungary, in particular folk singing, News Medley is a collaboration with local singing groups from across the country, who are invited to write new lyrics for selected songs from their repertoire. Through ...



The context of the poem “A Breath of Air!”

​The poem “Breath of Air!” by Attila József was written in November 1935. Apparently, it was a time of peace and plenty: Europe – and Hungary – had overcome the crisis of the Great Depression; the order was restored. But what kind of order was it that the ...



​There is no such thing as a Roma Museum of Contemporary Art. What would it have to be like if there was one? What kinds of works should it display and to whom? On what principles should it build its collection? How should it relate to existing Roma colle ...



After the short and soon deflated optimistic era of the political transition, contemporary Central and Eastern European states are now being haunted by a specter long thought to have disappeared. The current far-right populist agendas that are flooding ...


The Litte Melting Pot

An eventful diorama

In the final days of the 1848-49 War of Independence, the revolutionary leadership ordered the Tihany Peninsula to be severed from the mainland so that the remaining troops could gather here to continue their resistance. Tihany had previously been tran ...


Transperiphery Movement

Global Eastern Europe and Global South

​Can Hungarian settlers in Latin America, Cuban migrant workers in Hungary, and Afro-Asian students in Eastern Europe have a common history? Is there a shared colonial history of Eastern Europe and the Global South? The exhibition looks at the historical ...


xtro realm presents: ACLIM!

Agency for Climate Imagination

Is our national destiny coded in the disappearance of the Pannoniasaurus? Do we understand the evolution of the ecological crisis better by switching from human time to geological time? Making the most current ecological issues more accessible through art ...