Andras Blazsek

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András Blazsek (Hungary/Slovak Republic, 1984) is a research-based mixed-media artist who works in sound, sculpture, installation and media archaeology focusing on visualization, sonification and modes of translating sound into architectural environments. He is a founding member of the Hungarian-Slovak collective BA–Unrated, recently exhibited by the Ludwig Museum (Budapest) in collaboration with ZKM (Karlsruhe). His work has been presented by the wulf (LA), LACE (LA), Futura (Prague), Školská 28 (Prague), 2b Gallery Budapest, Labirynt Gallery (Lublin), Volume Project (LA), Residency Unlimited (NY), Present Company (NY), Mucsarnok Kunsthalle Budapest and the OFF Biennial. He received the Baker Tilly Künstler-Stipendium 2020 for a site-responsive installation exhibited at Kunst Im Tunnel (Dusseldorf). He holds a postgraduate degree from the Academy of Media Arts Cologne and between 2019-21, he worked as a part-time lecturer at the School of Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong and at the Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University.


Publications

Blazsek, Andras. "∂ Topological Landscapes". No. 23. The Journal for Artistic Research. DOI: 10.22501/jar.817407 Retrieved on 2021-12-13.


Links

Personal Website

Official Bandcamp Profile