Opening: November 28, 2023 at 7 p.m.
The exhibition will be opened by András DLA Wheelmaker, design artist.
It can be viewed until December 8, 2023, from Monday to Friday from 14:00 to 18:00.
The exhibition is a convincing demonstration of the two creator’s extensive and multifaceted experiences, however along the similarities also makes visible the differences as well. The textiles are presented in painted, printed, folded, tailored, sewn executions, in different functions and qualities, spectacularly illustrating the many forms they are present in our everyday lives and how they can affect our mood and quality of life.
Bettina Wolf’s works are characterized by a very elaborate and intricate finish: by coupling her garments with smaller scale, delicate accessories, with details more akin to the world of jewellery, she extends their functionality and usability. In addition to the clothes, we can also look into the creative process in the form of drawings, sketches, mood boards, and prints.
SUSTAINABLE - The exhibition of textile designer Ágnes Elek
The exhibition will be opened by: art historian Iván András Bojár,
founder of the 10 million trees environmental community.
The opening will be attended by jazz trombone artist Nóra Varga.
In line with the epidemic situation, in a way that is different from our traditions, we are waiting for those interested on the basis of pre-registration for the opening on March 2 from 5 pm to 7 pm.
The opening speech will be given at 5 pm, after which 8-8 people will be able to view the exhibition by guiding the artist. Login at the link below:
Those interested can follow the event live on our Facebook page.
The exhibition is open until March 19, Monday through Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. Check in with the exact date, no later than the day before the planned visit: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is MANDATORY to wear a MASK when visiting the exhibition.
Which is more sustainable?
Are we making something from biodegradable waste, or are we reinterpreting some raw material that is more difficult to neutralize industrially? The key is to combine recycling and everyday functionality so that the process has the smallest possible ecological footprint.
According to Ágnes Elek's education, she is a textile artist, but basically, we can see furniture and jewellery collections from her, in which textiles appear as a functional, recycled raw material. With the choice of materials, sustainability and the ever-changing fashion are treated in several ways: paper-based jewellery is almost 100% compostable or just recyclable as paper, so it doesn’t burden the environment at the end of its life cycle.
The other group of objects - as a continuation of his previous work called “Spread, Spread My Table” - are furniture made of uniquely designed, durable hardwood on the one hand, and specially made textiles from used bicycle interiors on the other.
Opening: October 19, 2020 (Monday) 18:00
Opened by: Kata Oltai, art historian, curator
FISE Gallery, October 18 - October 29, 2020
It is available until Monday, Friday, October 29, 2020 from 1 to 6 p.m.
Exhibitors: Mónika Devecsei (Minó), Sabrina Komár, Dóra Márföldi, Dominika Tóth, Dorina Varnyú
Leading teachers: Hajnal Baráth, Anett Papp
Curator: Gabriella Uhl
Curator's team: Anderco Kinga, Böjthe Emőke, Farkas Luca Sára, Kutas Alexandra, Németh Kitti, Sárközi Barbara, Szabados Julianna, Tardi Zsuzsanna, Uhlár Kamilla - METU Design and Artist Management
The exhibition of the MA students of the Budapest Metropolitan University majoring in Fashion and Textile Design is both a material testing laboratory and an example of togetherness and belonging. The works created in the creative process of the dissertation attempt to create islands that help us survive in our fragile world. Where they longed for a utopian state, where they reconstructed our fallen world by presenting concrete results.
The atmosphere of the exhibition encourages us to be more than just a visitor. Let’s go back to where the works were born. In thought, we break out of the exhibition space, run out into the field, return. We lie on the grass, between our fingers beetles, muddy ashes; crush them. Let’s watch the parched lands stand in flames, the border burns. Together in the snow. Our breath rises billowing. The winds blow the clouds .... The conception and construction of a common world not only appears in the works, but the exhibition is the result of close collaboration between the university's disciplines, where master students in design and art management, as curators of the exhibition, sought to to help unfold, showcase the messages encoded in your creative processes.
In this series the members show their workbench: the place where plans come true, projects materialize. Here comes new workplaces, it is more than current nowadays when most of us have to stay at home and work in home-office!
First responser in reloaded: Ágnes Elek, textile designer
Ágnes has no special period in a day to create, if she has only one or two hours (stricktly after family and official working hours) she starts to work for herself. She prefers the evenings when the world calms down, and the endless freedom and peace helps her work till night. In fact she always thinks about solving technical problems...
She mostly uses pencils and reused papers for planning, and the best ideas birth on shopping-list notes.
The main inspiration cames from her 5 years old son, he gives plenty of topics for the team of the KACs Műhely - it is a visual education workshop-team, Ágnes is one of the founder and co-worker. But there are a lot of trivial (but very important) daily activity which gives her inspiration such as washing the dishes, or washing the laundry, cooking or gardening.
She loves coffee, and there is nothing to replace it.
If something make her stop she really sop with it, and the solution comes in the most unexpected moment, and it is not uncommon either if the solution comes at night in a dream.
For working she listening to podcats in various topics: gastronomy, social history, philosophy, religious history or sustainability and environmental protection.
Her biggest wish is a loom - which is too big to place it on a workbench, but of Course she could place it somewhere else...
Find more about the workshops of Ágnes at: KACs Műhely
Sallay Anna – textile artist
The objects of our living space are really important in our daily lives, especially the ones made of leather.
We love them, because they are full of life - breathing, aging, just like us. During the creative progress they take their final shape of their own will. The convergent lines on the leather surface of my bags are like structures of the nature around us - evoking the tangled connections of paths.
Tóth Barbara – textiltervező művész
The patterns for the exhibition were inspired by moving from Pest to the countryside four years ago. Initially this change was very strange to her, maybe half year has passed when she got used to to the small-town. The 30-minute walk to the train station was tiring at first, then she discovered the benefits. Later, she became a dog owner, so she was walking with him even more, discovered the nearby forest and lakes in the process. During the walks she gleaned flowers, leaves, tiny plants, which she pressed and digitized. The pressed plants are the basis of the patterns, which were designed for wallpapers.
Zámori Zsófia - textiltervező művész
Different spaces connect to my everyday activities. Looking at these particular actions I have special moves for many small areas in my life. For instance, when I eat alone I use a different part of the kitchen than if I ate with my whole family. I have my personal space in the living room and the bathroom and even in our shared bed. I own a part of the metro when I use public transport and I have my own seat at the cinema. There’s also a section of the street that only I am using when I walk. Actions and places – living spaces.
The mostly for prevention created works have been made during the recent one and a half year. The original idea of the exhibition was born within the walls of the National Cancer Institute. Thanks to the side effects of the intravenous treatments medicines and operations the idea transformed into visually enjoyable works
A kiállítást Mészáros Zsuzska építész nyitja meg.
Megnyitó: 2019. október 22-én, kedden 18 órakor.
Megtekinthető 2019. november 8-ig, hétfőtől-péntekig 13-18 óra között!
Exhibition of Anett Papp and Viktória Zachar textile desginers
Opening: 5th of June 7 pm
Opening speech: Valéria Póczos
Both of the exhibiting textile designers deal with the complexity of woven systems.
Viktória's modular carpet collection is made from recycled wool. The inspiration of the "Moth" series is the construction of the wing of different kind of moth.
Anett's works based on the nature, somewhere on teh border of the natural and human power. The question is how can the organic system and the abstract system of our world approaching each other?
Exhibition is open till: 15th of June every weekday between 1 pm and 6 pm.
Zsófi Zámori at work
In this series the members show their workbench: the place where plans come true, projects materialize.
Responser: Zsófia Zámori textile-designer
Zsófi is an early-bird, she is able and likes to work in the morning. If the inspiration is missing she makes some housework, for example pairing 100 socks of the family.
She uses various of material because the textile-designers regard everything as textile... so she uses paper, pencil, paint,yarn, a lot of different kind of tools... She likes the experimentation with alternative stuffs - now she is in fight with a 50 meters long chain.
Zsófi gets inspiration from the system of the nature, sructures, traditionally technics, and what is the most important: the material which she works with. It she still got the main idea and she got the material wich is fit for it the spectrum of the possibilities is open.
She doesn't need any 'dopping' if she is in flow. The problems are solved by talking and discussing, her economist husband is a very correct critic.
Next to work Zsófi doesn't like to listening music or anything else, but when everything is ready in head and in plans, and just the finishing comes she listens to audiobooks, classical music, Kispál, ZAZ, african native music, funky...
She would like to have a bigger worktable - or two with a lot of useful tools!
Further infos about Zsófi and her works: www.behance.net/zszamori
In this multicoloured series the colours are in the focus.
Every responder choose a colour and an object.
Player: Tünde Újszászi, artist
Colour: black and white
Whys: this time is my "black era", but there is always the white next to it
Highlighted object: White knitting needles from my grandmother
The story: I was about 10 when my grandma 'from Pest', mother of my mother teached me to knit. I owe her my enquiry after the textile and I keep and use her knitting needles since then.
More about Tünde: http://tundeujszaszi.com
Opening Friday, November 5, 2021, 6 p.m.
Finissage: 3th of December 6 p.m. - last chance to visit the exhibition and meet the artists
The exhibition will be opened by: art historian Gréta Garami
Contributor: Rosinflux T. Bali contemporary composer - string installation
It can be viewed until December 3, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., depending on the programs.
This time, the textile designers of FISE will present themselves at the Óbuda Cultural Center (1032 Budapest, San Marco u. 81.), presenting a special selection in which the works are more cross-border between fine and applied arts, traditional and experimental, digital techniques. Thus, the surface of the textile becomes more than a mere material, it will be a carrier surface for new messages that can be interpreted even between the past, the present and the future.
Exhibitors: Ágnes Elek, Csenge Győrbíró, Blanka Herényi, Eszter Judit Kárpáti (Ejtech), Lúcia Kiss, Móni Kovács, Dóra Márföldi, Anett Tóth, Dominika Tóth, Dorina Tsur, Panni Zachar
The NKA supported the realization of the THREADING exhibition.
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