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Péter Trembeczki



Salted Youtube Prints, 2009


ARTIST STATEMENT

My main interest is the bond between my son and me. We have tremendous effects on each-other’s psychological development. What does it mean to be a father eventually? What is there beyond the practical layers of living together? I wonder if this secret will ever come to light completely.

 I am also interested in many internet-born and multimedia phenomena. I like experimenting with different media platforms. I enjoy analogue as well as digital techniques and the complexity that they represent. I believe there is a human being behind any technique after all. Or is there not?


Date of Birth: 29 March 1983

Place of Birth: Kaposvár, Hungary

Currently living and working in: Budapest, Hungary

 

EDUCATION

2011-2015  Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Photography MA, Budapest (HUN)

2005-2009  Fotografus.hu, foundation school of photography, basic course, Budapest (HUN)

2005  ESC Ecole de Management, business studies, Erasmus program, Grenoble, France (FR)

2001-2005  Budapest Business School, Faculty of Business and Management, media management BA, Budapest, Hungary (HUN)

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2011  Recalculating, Faur Zsófi Gallery - Panel Contemporary, Budapest (HUN)

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016  Newcomer Award,  finalists’ exhibition, Kolga Tbilisi Photo Festival, Tbilisi, Georgia (GE)

2015  Bonds, kArton Gallery, Budapest (HUN)

2015  Save As, OFF Festival Bratislava, Slovakia (SK)

2014  TérTág, FUGA Center of Contemporary Architecture, Budapest (HUn)

2014  Invisible to the eye, Studio of Young Photographers, Casati Art Corner Gallery, Budapest (HUN)

2013  What is wonder?, N6N7 Jewish Cult. Festival, Casati Art Corner Gallery, Budapest (HUN)

2012  Progressive Pathways, FFS 1977-2012, Hungarian Photography Museum, Kecskemét, Hungary (HUN)

2010  D’arts Media Festival, Castle Gallery, Veszprém, Hungary (HUN)

2009  Dunaújváros Photo Biennale, Dunaújváros, Hungary (HUN)

 

Salted Youtube Series, 2009


Recalculating - Triptych, 2011


Recalculating - No need to talk, 2011