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Independence, demonstration, adaptation

I’ll close this blog with a short reflection and shuffle off. Overall, the key themes for me were independence but also a willingness and ability to adapt to a changing landscape, and the importance of group activity in facilitating discussions […]

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Bits & Bobs

A short and sweet post to wrap up some of the other bits and bobs which didn’t get a full fat write up. Mentioning them here in case it’s useful to anyone visiting Buda. Chimera Projects, a commercial gallery supporting mid-career […]

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Bods & Slow Travel

The best part of the trip was the intensity of traveling as part of a group and the discussions that happened around the planned delegation meetings and visits. Each of the delegation had a very particular project or interest that […]

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Civic Courage

Artist-led or independent spaces engaging directly through programming, protest or boycott of the state was a key element of the trip. Aurora and OFF-Biennale were the most progressive in this approach and other members of the delegation have written about our […]

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Budapest – Post-Industry, Property & Residency

First stop from the train was a trip out of town to Art Quarter Budapest (AQB). This trip was a direct follow on from the Transylvanian Hungarian Exchange: re-appraising folk and the contemporary talk held at Castlefield Gallery in 2017, which […]

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Logistics / via Munich

In lieu of a more imaginative way to blog, and because I have a very bad memory, I’ll write about what happened, and what I thought, across an 8 day Budapest Delegation Trip in chronological order. Hopefully this will develop […]

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Budapest Delegation 2018

Reflective blog on my recent trip to Budapest, kindly funded by Castlefield Gallery’s Lee Artists’ International Bursary Fund and supported by a-n.

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