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Ambrus Ivanyos | MEETLAB (Budapest, Hungary)

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Ambrus Ivanyos is a Budapest based writer and independent theatre/filmmaker. In the past years he started experimenting with different game formats and interactive installations. He’s exploring new technologies and new narratives for theatre.

MeetLab is a collective of young artists and professionals coming from different disciplines and also an open studio that functions as a hub for creative ideas and a workplace for their development.

Their aim is to explore new ways of creating artistic projects that can’t be labeled by the present standards. They wish to break the boundaries that separate performing or applied art from the technological world or design. Their goal is to find the synthesis between ART and TECH through interdisciplinary projects and invent new categories that are based on a real contemporary view of the constantly changing world around us.

In 2016, they joined our forces to create different artistic projects, installations, games and commercial or design work under the name of MeetLab. In otehri studio, they are ready to develop projects from concept to production and organize events and workshops to keep constant contact with other professionals.

http://meetlab.hu/

Artopolis Association / PLACCC Festival , Associate Partner

Hungary (HU)

 Associate Partner

IN SITU member since 2009

Artopolis Association was created in 2008 with the mission of focusing on the field of site-specific performance and in a wider context, art in public space. The association’s main ac-tivity is organising the annual festival PLACCC which presents an international and local selection of site-specific art forms. Artopolis Association organised the first edition of PLACCC Festival in October 2008 with the support of Budapest Autumn Festival. The first festival presented 3 international projects over 5 days and attracted more than 800 specta-tors. In 2010 a smaller PLACCC event has be organised in Pécs in May beside the regular festival in Budapest organized in September. In 2013, Artopolis organised two festivals in Budapest : one in May in the Csepel neigh-bourhood and another in September in the city-centre. The festival always programmes Hungarian and foreign artists creating site-specifically.

Director : Fanni Nánay