Nine video works by seven artists from six countries.
Exhibition: 18 July — 1 September
Tuesday — Friday, 13:00 — 18:00 + on appointment
The exhibition maps the narratives (personal, social, historical and community) that shape a young person's consciousness and perception, from the toddler age to late adolescence – from one's first steps in the world to the notion of responsibility and of an ethical choice being born in the mind. The exhibition also samples the variety of genres in video art, from computer animation to cartoon, documentary to fiction, photo projections to video installation.
This exhibition is part of the Reports from badlands project organised by Zsolt Kozma.
Curator: Zsolt Kozma, founder and curator of the Reports from badlands project.
Eike Berg (Germany)
Barney Frydman (Belgium)
Riikka Kuoppala (Finland)
Philip Pocock (Canada)
Gigi Scaria (India)
László László Révész (Hungary)
Tamás Waliczky (Hungary)
More information: imal.org/en/exhibition/childrens-tales