Olivér Horváth, Kitti Gosztola, Szilvi Német
Kitti Gosztola lives and works in Budapest. As an artist, she examines the relationship between natural sciences (in narrower sense botany and zoology) and visual arts. The ecological, socio-political and cultural-historical aspects always get a prominent role in her research-based works. Her site-specific projects are created with the assistance and collaboration of different scientific institutions and organisations.
Olivér Horváth is interested in the entanglements of art, design and politics and in the twilight zones of mediums. A critic, he is also active in SDWG/Téreltérítés, a collective bending the theories and praxes of spatiality.
Szilvi Német is a Budapest-based art historian, curator and critic currently working at Kitchen Budapest (media lab). She is the project leader of the annual Crosstalk Video Art Festival former project manager of Higgs Field artists-run space and ex-director of Dovin Gallery. She is reguarly publishing at tranzitblog, Artlocator and Artmagazin. Her research topics stretch the post-digital practices and nationalism studies.