New art project and multimedia exhibition from Panel Literature Association and Panel magazine!
“Layers of Sense” is a combination of “traditional” visual artworks and modern innovative technologies such as augmented reality (AR). All artworks displayed on the walls of the venue valuable and solid as they are will have an AR component: interactive visuals audio text or film. We selected AR because it is a pragmatic and logistical solution for many of the challenges faced by contributors seeking to address the exhibition’s themes.
We believe that “multiple realities” as well as our fractious world can be effectively explored while using augmented reality. To enjoy the AR component of the exhibition viewers will be required to have phone with Instagram’s mobile application installed.
Artists that we are honored to introduce in our new exhibition “Layers of Sense” have shown enormous strength and dedication to work. During these months – almost a year already – of the Russian war in Ukraine the artists kept working whether they had to leave their home country or stayed. For some of them the work became a matter of principle a matter of survival – and not only physical.
Artworks that feature the exhibition have been created within the long months of the Russian war in Ukraine. The participants of the exhibition are all young passionate talented. They work in different techniques and show various approaches to exploring and comprehending reality as it is.
The project “Layers of Sense” is aimed to support the artists who have suffered from the Russian war in Ukraine and to give them a platform and audience. From the artistic perspective “Layers of Sense” is an attempt to reflect on the current moment and to provide an audience with a glimpse of artists' emotions personal experiences and thoughts.
The participants of the exhibition: Alisa Pidverbna Andrey Nekraha Rita Safonova KESHA Vika Ovechkina Olena Kayinska Roksolana Deineha Ivan Tuzov and others.
Digital artist – Maria Gyarmati.
Curators – Maria Gyarmati Masha Kamenetskaya
The multimedia exhibition has become possible with the financial support of the Goethe-Institut.
Kastner Budapest, Budapest, Budapest Népszínház utca 28. fszt. 1 bejárat a II. János Pál pápa tér 8. felől, 1081 Венгрия, Budapest, Hungary