| Ungarisches Kulturinstitut - Collegium Hungaricum Berlin
An exhibition from the art collection of the Hungarian National Bank
The exhibition, curated by Kinga Hamvai and Zsuzska Petró, presents works of art from the outstanding art collection of the Hungarian National Bank in Germany for the first time. The exhibition shows works by nine post-digital artists from Hungary: Róbert Batykó, Martin Góth, Judit Horváth Lóczi, Bea Kusovszky, Márton Nemes, Tomasz Piars, Gergő Szinyova, Ádám Miklós Varga and Orsolya Lia Vető.
"Code + Canvas: A Reflection of the Digital Soul" illuminates the perceptions of the so-called "digital natives" who were born into the era of computers, the Internet and social media.
The exhibition reflects one of the most important artistic movements of recent years and provides insights into the changes in their social relationships and their perception of reality.
"From Bits to Brushstrokes: The Art of the Postdigital Era" explores the movement between physical and digital space. The artists on display use various strategies to create a balance between the digital and analog worlds. Some use digital technologies in combination with traditional imaging techniques, while others explore printing techniques and examine the relationship between humans and machines.
The exhibition not only offers insights into technological developments and challenges, but also presents a diverse range of forms of expression, from abstract expressionism to personal stories and biographical elements. Every artistic practice contributes to the diversity and complexity of this emerging art movement.