Due to the holidays the exhibition is closed between the 19th of December and the 9th of January.
For further appointments please contact us on one of the following numbers:
+3630 456 3222
+3620 361 8929
TUESDAY: 3 - 7 PM
WEDNESDAY: 3 - 7 PM
THURSDAY: 3 - 7 PM
On view: Nov 25, 2022 - Jan 21, 2023
Exhibition opening: November 25, Friday 7 PM
Venue: aqb Project Space with afterparty in aqb's NEST
What it is, Yet a Dream-map is an international group exhibition featuring immersive sound and visual installations as well as speculative art projects in the fields of performing and media art. Departing from a poem by the feminist author Adrienne Rich, all works deal with alternative modes of thinking physicality – objects, spaces, sounds. They do so by playing with the formation of sculptural objects, queering space, imagining the physical shape of the political, or creating alternative perceptions of cities and states. The exhibition is an invitation for utopian thinking, taking art as the basis to sketch alternatives to established modes of thinking. The artworks from different disciplines offer an entry point, not in showing concrete examples of possible futures, but in relating to the current problems and crises of our world, and serving as a “dream-map” for alternatives.
Anna Schiefer & Björn Kühn, Bartosz Dolhun, Flaviu Cacoveanu, Fulterer & Scherrer, LAND3C, Laureta Hajrullahu, Lőrinc Borsos, Luz Olivares Capelle, Maja Bojanić, Marie-Andrée Pellerin, Mette Sterre, Naomi Moonlion, Zosia Hołubowska
Dj sets at the afterparty:
The Stanley Maneuver, esze_veszett, János Discotheque
Funded by National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport
The exhibition is co-produced with Škuc Gallery Ljubljana, where it was presented from April 7 - May 5, 2022.