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Moving Art Group’s exhibition at Rovás

written by Enikő Kolmont
translated by Tímea Németh 2014-05-26

 

Moving Art Group’s exhibition at Rovás

 

     Moving is an art group made up of young contemporary artists whose seat is in Budapest. The group’s cohesive power – just as in eNRA’s case – lies in the fact that its group members share similar way of thinking, intellectuality and ideology. They don’t want to accept unconditionally all the laws of game or the movelessness that seem to be stable in our world, thus they choose to name themselves as Moving what means in motion, action.

 

     While some members of the group try to break out from the confines of a traditional exhibition and take their art to the streets in form of various actions or performances, others think that the most important thing is to bring the visitors closer, to more intimate relationship with the exhibited creations. There is also a third group who wants to make their work more likeable to the general public.

 

     The idea of Moving was born at an exhibition in Nossen, Germany. Four artists decided to exhibit in mid-August in 2011 and suddenly hit upon the idea of creating the group’s website.

 

     All the group members were students of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest, or attending it right now. Most of them have a specialization in graphic arts but also many artists are engaged in installation, painting, scuplture, videos or actions.

 

 

     Moving has many links with Rovás: Rovás was represented by three of its members at the exhibition organized by Moving; painters such as Ottó Szabó in February and before that Edina Fülöp and Tünde Szász. Enikő Kolmont, member of both Rovás and Moving who has attended the current exhibition opening in Košice mediates as a bridge between the two organisations.

 

 


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