The exhibition of media art and media history organized by the C3 Foundation attempts to trace the relationship between the visual arts and computers in Hungary over the course of the past fifteen years. To render the formula of the present, we selected a unique viewpoint.
Well-known artists with significant oeuvres participate side by side with youths who were applicants and winners of the Freestyle Computing Competition organized by C3. Many things have changed in computer use and the prevalence and application of infoculture in the past decade and a half. The exhibition endeavours to give an unconventional but informative, complex and exciting survey of these changes.
The exhibition’s subtitle refers to the writings of Marc Prensky (Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants
, I–II., On the Horizon
The exhibitors include: Zoltán Andrejkovics, Balázs Beöthy, Buttinger Lisa, Berg Eike, Ágnes Előd, Miklós Erhardt, Miklós Felvidéki, Dávid Gutema, Implausible Works (Agnus Szekeres, Lóránd Szécsényi-Nagy), Kristóf Jurik, Gábor Kozma, Tamás Liszka, Fruzsina Marsalkó, Dóra Maurer, Dávid Mikulán,, Zsigmond Peternák–Máté Balogh, Clemens Schöll, Katarina Šević, Zoltán Szegedy-Maszák–Márton Fernezelyi, Tibor Szemző, Bálint Szente-Varga, Beatrix Szörényi, András Szőnyi, Bettina Szremkó, Andrea Sztojánovits, Máté Varga, Gábor Vecsei, Júlia Vécsei, Balázs Vecsey, Virág Vécsey, Raphael Vögeli, Tamás Waliczky, Brigitta Zics, Miklós Zsigó