In a world without facts, only goodness remains
solo show of András Cséfalvay
26 April 2019, 6pm (Fri)
Guided tour of András Cséfalvay
8 May 2019, 6pm (Thu)
Guided tour and lecture performance of András Cséfalvay
Opening: 4 April 2019 (Thursday), 7pm
Opening remarks by Zsolt Miklósvölgyi, aesthete
You can download the handout of the exhibition from here.
In his artistic practice based on alternative strategies of storytelling, the Bratislava based artist András Cséfalvay seeks new perspectives on the functioning of knowledge and language, as well as on the effects of science on our interpretation of reality. In his video works, he borrows voice to a variety of living and non-human entities; historical figures, objects, dinosaurs, or even an ambassador from a distant planet. His latest video works on display at Trafó Gallery introduce different religious, superstitious and scientific worldviews or contradictory approaches in the field of science. Cséfalvay loosely shifts perspective between the different paradigms in order to light on the most effective tool in a given situation that enables us to understand the present or to imagine our future.
Supported by: National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Káli Kövek, Slovak Institute in Budapest