Art Research Center
Transperiphery Movement
Az Artpool két projektje az OFF-Biennále kiállításán

Two Artpool projects, the World Art Post (1982), and Hungary Can Be Yours (1984) are featured in the exhibition Transperyphery Movement, which is part of the third edition of Off Bienniale Budapest.

Artists: Clemente Padín, György Galántai, Katrin Winkler, Manthia Diawara, Mónica de Miranda, Naeem Mohaiemen, Judit Flóra Schuller

Curators: Eszter Szakács, Zoltán Ginelli

Researchers: Zoltán Ginelli, Zsuzsa László, Bartosz Nowicki, Tereza Stejskalová, Eszter Szakács, Bálint Tolmár

The exhibition combines archival materials and personal memories with historical and contemporary art, including newly commissioned artworks. Its critical question is how to de-center the history dominated by the global center from the perspective of the global peripheries and by re-centering peripheral positions. 

The Transperiphery Movement seeks to counter the center-dominated, hierarchical view of history by re-telling the histories of resistance strategies and emancipative possibilities of interperipherality.

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