Art+Text Budapest is thrilled to present confuseless, its new group exhibition which presents, for the first time in the gallery, four young emerging artists: Melinda Dovák, Erika Fábián, Zsófia Jauernik, and Mónika Kárándi. Representatives of the youngest generation of Hungarian contemporary art, these woman artists showcase various different artistic positions. The non-existent or barely existent expression “confuseless” – found perhaps only in the digital realm alongside various other neologisms of the internet – makes us uncertain, blurs the boundaries, simultaneously claims and negates; likewise, the four exhibiting artists bewilder us with their confidently unsure artistic statements. Their works speak of manic obsession, tropical longing, pseudo-reality, and romantic materialism. Amongst the wide range of techniques represented at the exhibition are shaped canvases, plaster masses, polyurethane foam sculptures, acrylic felt-tip pens, inflatable air mattresses and digital posters. Post-romantic stories with four different approaches.
Exhibited artists: Melinda Dovák, Erika Fábián, Zsófia Jauernik and Mónika Kárándi
Curated by Gábor Rieder