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Lilla Khoór

Lilla Khoór

Bereich: Medienkunst

‘I thought I missed the place’ © Lilla Khoór

Key Facts







Empfehlende Institution

tranzit.org/ERSTE Stiftung


Mai 2013 - Mai 2013

2010 – 2012
Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, MA degree in Pedagogy.
2001 – 2005
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, MA degree in Art.

Selected Exhibitions
2012The Art of Mediation. Exhibition and Symposium about art end education. Curated in collaboration with Judit Angel and Dora Hegyi at Tranzit.hu, Budapest.


2012Galicia, Mon Amour. Folly, Fantasy and Phantasm. Curated by Danna Heller. BWA SOKOL Gallery for Contemporary Art, Novy Sacz, Poland.
2010Kerstin Engholm Galerie. Vienna.
2010Election Observers 1990-2010. Óbudai Társaskör Gallery, Budapest.
2008Am Sprung / Take off, OK Centre for Contemporary Art Austria, Linz. 2008 Flowers of Our Lives. Curated by Joanna Zielinska. Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland.
2007!REVOLUTION?. Curated by Lívia Páldi. Kunsthalle, Budapest.
2007CHECKPOINT. Curated by Tamara Moyzes, Zuzana Stefkova. Povazska galleria umenia, Zilina, Slovakia.
2007 Futurama and Re-inventing Tradition. Collegium Hungaricum Berlin
Curator: Lise Nellemann, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin. 2007 1/4 Hungarian. ICA Dunaújváros. Curated by Bea Hock, Franciska Zólyom.
2006 It is said that..., Feszek Gallery, Budapest.
2006Urban Contact Zone exhibition and conference. Curated by Monika Wucher, Christoph Rauch. Deichtorhallen. Hamburg
2006Singular Hungary, Lumen Gallery, Budapest.
2005Medialization, Labour, Spatialization, (Re)Politicization. Fluc, Vienna.
Curated by: Marina Grzinic.

Selected Screenings
International Literature Festival, Berlin.
Local Operations, Serpentine Gallery, London. Curated by Richard Birkett.

Selected residencies:
2011: Gasworks Gallery, London


Sammlung Generali Foundation Vienna

Selected Publications
2010: Camera Austria
2008: Die Zeit, Germany
Der Standard, Austria
2007: Die Tageszeitung, Berlin
2007: Lettre International, Budapest

2010: Shortlisted for the AICA (International Association of Art Critics) Hungary Prize
2009 – 2011: Derkovits scholarship, Hungary
2006: Young Hungarian Artist’s Association’s Prize, Budapest


My proposal for the Museumsquartier's residency is organised around three central issues that I have been engaged with my recent art practise: art mediation, social roles of art, and representation of minorities. As an artist with a teaching background and experimenting with  sociological methods in art practice the aim of my current project is to research different artists’ and art educator’s practices involved in ‘critical pedagogy’ and create a platform for discussion and exchanges of these practices, as a starting point for working towards an alternative idea of art education today. What role does art education play and what are the possibilities of art within education in the current economical and political changes.

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