About the artists

He defines himself as a multidisciplinary artist, providing his very own narratives through the triangle of paintings, sculptures and video recordings. His interest is focused on the hybrid stories and morphological interactions, originating from the tension of dialectics of nature and culture. His most recent pieces of art are created under the aegis of a certain kind of folklorist expressionism. The starting points of his creative process are mainly drawings and paintings, from which he creates rubber- and plastic sculptures and objects by using various techniques.

Ulbert Ádám
Ádám Ulbert works and lives in Budapest and in Amsterdam. He initially participated in film theory, aesthetics, and cultural anthropology study programmes at the Eötvös Loránd University of Science. He has obtained a BA degree in video recording arts in 2010 from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, then pursued his master of art studies in Amsterdam, at the Sandberg Instituut, between 2012 and 2014. At the end of 2017, he finished his two-year-long postgraduate resident programme at Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunst in Amsterdam. In 2018, he was awarded the prize of Mondrian Fonds, established for talented young artists, which is one of the most recognized stipends in the Netherlands. He had several solo exhibitions, among others in Budapest (Trapéz gallery), Amsterdam (SMBA) and, most recently, in Prague (FUTURA Karlin Studios) in the summer of 2017. In addition to that, he was invited to several group exhibitions held in the Center for Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv), in the Museum of Contemporary Art (Zagreb), in the Hungarian National Museum and, in 2017, in Künstlerhaus, Graz.n.