hu focuses on the layered narratives inherent in the works of five Hungarian artists residing in the UK and attempts to capture the diaspora of these early-career artists focusing on shared common questions, interests, and motifs. hu endeavours to pinpoint what gets lost and what is gained through the translation of the transitions that these emerging artists have experienced in both their domestic lives and careers since moving to the UK. hu questions if their approaches to making work and the language in which they make it in have assimilated since residing in the UK and asks if indeed it needs to.

Through exploring common questions, interests, and motifs, the objective is to pinpoint what gets lost and what is gained through the processes of transitions and translations.

The show will open in Dundee at Generator Projects, from there it will travel to the Abject Gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne, and will then culminate in London. This concluding exhibition will be made possible through the collaboration of the Balassi Institute, Hungarian Cultural Centre London. 

Generator Projects


Unit 25/26 Mid Wynd
Dundee DD1 4JG

29 Nov. 2018 - 15 Dec. 2018
Exhibition webpage

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