Transart Communication

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Working Helmets project

An international multimedia art festival organized by Studio erté in Nové Zámky since 1988.

Editions[edit]

  • 4th International Alternative Art Festival, Nové Zámky, 1991
    • Participants: Balvan (SK), Zoltán Bánföldi (H), Sándor Bernáthy (H), Julien Blaine (F), Gregorz Borkowsky (PL), Radek Borsányi (CZ), Csaba Damokos (RO), Ágnes Deli (H), Markus Eichenberger (CH), Gyula Fazakas (RO), László feLugossy (H), József R. Juhász (SK), Jaroslav Karchňák (CZ), Džiugas Katinas (LIT), Július Koller (SK), István Kovács (H), Alina Anka Kowalska (PL), Milan Kozelka (CZ), Romuald Kutera (PL), Katalin Ladik (H), Erzsébet Lantos & László Lantos (H), Viktor Lois – Tundra Voice (H), Richard Martel (CAN), Slavko Matković (YU), Ottó Mészáros (SK), Pál Nagy (F), Peter Rónai (SK), Shadow Weavers (H), Jan Swidzinski (PL), Ákos Székely (H), Tibor Szemző (H), János Szirtes (H), Endre Szkárosi (H), Bálint Szombathy (YU), Torrens, Valentin (E), Gábor Tóth (H), Gusztáv Ütő (RO), Callon Zukowski (CAN), a.o.
  • Transart Communication, 5th International Alternative Art Festival, Nové Zámky (SK), Bratislava (SK), Prague (CZ), Karlovy Vary (CZ), 1992
  • Transart Communication, 6th International Alternative Art Festival, Nové Zámky, 1993
  • Transart Communication, 7th International Alternative Art Festival, Nové Zámky, Budapest, September 1995
  • Transart Communication, 8th International Contemporary Art Festival, Nové Zámky, 1996. Curator of Slovak participation: Michal Murin (1995-1996). In collaboration with Bee 96 Camp.
  • Transart Communication, 9th International Multimedial Art Festival, Nové Zámky, Šamorín (At Home Gallery), and Budapest (Palace of Exhibitions and Artpool P60), 25-29 September 1997. In collaboration with Sound Off. [1]
  • 10th International Contemporary Art Festival – Transart Communication & 4th Intermedia Project Sound Off, Nové Zámky (Mier Cinema, Rotima Club, Csemadok House, Gallery K-49) and Budapest (Kunsthalle), 15-18 October 1998. [2]
  • 11th International Performance Art Festival - Human Body Electronics Festival, part I−IV, Nové Zámky (Klikk Club), Budapest (Kunsthalle), Bratislava (FFUK), and Nitra (Old Theatre), October 1999. Bob Ostertag, Lengow & HEyeRMEarS, Heinrich Lüber.
  • 12th International Contemporary Art Festival Nové Zámky, Transart Communication – Human Body Electronics, 23-25 November 2000. [3], flyer
  • 13th International Performance Art Festival – Transart Communication 2002, Nové Zámky and Budapest, 10 October 2002
  • Transart Communication East 2, Water Mill, Kolárovo, 2003
  • Transart Communication 2005 – Working Helmets, Mier Cinema and Bar-oko Gallery, Nové Zámky, 10 December 2005
  • Transart Communication 2006 – Working Helmets, Art Gallery, Nové Zámky, 2006
  • Transart Communication 2010, 3-4 September 2010. Program.
  • Transart Communication 2011, Kino Mier / Béke Mozi / Mier Cinema, Gy. Széchényiho 9, Nové Zámky, 19-20 November 2011. FB event.
  • Transart Communication 2012, Košice, 2012.
  • Transart Communication 2013, DIG Gallery, Košice, 14-30 September 2013. Announcement.
  • Transart Communication 2015, Nové Zámky and Budapest, 13-18 October 2015. Curated by Beate Linne and Rokko Juhasz. Event website. FB event.
  • Transart Communication 2016. Event website.
  • Transart Communication 2017. Event website.
  • Transart Communication 30, Ernest Zmeták Art Gallery, Nové Zámky, and elsewhere, Jun-Oct 2018. Event website.

Publications[edit]

  • Stúdió erté 1987/88, eds. Ilona Németh and József R. Juhász, Nové Zámky: Stúdió erté, 1988.
  • Transart Communication. 5th Festival of Studio erté. 16–19.9. 1992. Nové Zámky, Cinema Mier, eds. József R. Juhász and Ilona Németh, Nové Zámky: Stúdió erté, 1992.
  • Transart Communication 1997. Stúdió erté, Nové Zámky, 1997. Sound Off ’98 / Transart Communication 10, eds. Jozef Cseres and József R. Juhász, Bratislava: SNEH, and Nové Zámky: Stúdió erté, 1998.
  • 11th International Performance Art Festival, Human Body Electronics I−III, Nové Zámky: Stúdió erté, 1999.
  • 11th International Performance Art Festival, Human Body Electronics IV. Sound Off, Nové Zámky: Stúdió erté, and Bratislava: SNEH, 1999.

Literature[edit]

  • Michal Murin, "Transart Communication - Studio erté CD-ROM", in Almanach, Bratislava: SCCA, 1998, PDF. (Slovak)
  • Gábor Hushegyi, "Importance. Place et rôle du Studio erté (1987-1997) dans l´art de la (Tchéco)Slovaquie" [The Importance, Position and Role of Studio erté (1987-1997) in the Art of (Czécho)Slovakia], in Art Action 1958-1998, ed. Richard Martel, Québec: Intervention, 2001, pp 458-467. (French)
  • Sylvie Ferré, "Nové Zamky, cœur du monde !", c.2002. (French)
  • Gábor Hushegyi, Zsolt Sőrés, Transart Communication: Performance & Multimedia Art. Studio erté 1987-2007, Bratislava: Kalligram, 2008, 296 pp. (English)/(Slovak)/(Hungarian)
  • H. Nagy Péter, Michal Murin, Jozef Cseres, Paraf: Juhász R. József költészetéről és performanszairól, Budapest: Magyar Műhely, 2008, 160 pp. József R. Juhász's monography. [4] [5] (Hungarian)
  • "Juhász R. József", in A rendszerváltás és a csehszlovákiai magyarok (1989–1992), eds. Árpád Popély and Attila Simon, Šamorín: Fórum Kisebbségkutató Intézet, 2009, pp 313-332. Interview. (Hungarian)
  • Kristína Kliská, Interaktívne umenie na festivale "Transart Communication", Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2013. Bachelor's thesis. (Slovak)

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