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BIBLIOGRAPHY: A performansz éve, Magyar Narancs (Hírek), March A performansz. Előadás-sorozat az sixteen, 1995, p. 12 (notice) [A magyarországi Artpoolban, Beszélő, March 23, 1995, p. forty two. functionality történetének kronológiája…], Magyar Narancs (Snoblesse Oblige), March 23, 1995, p. 20; March 30, 1995, p. 20; April 6, 1995, p. 20; April 27, 1995, p. 20; might four, 1995, p. 20; may perhaps eleven, [Beke László második 1995, p. 21; June 22, 1995, p. 20 (notices) előadása a functionality előzményeiről…], Magyar Narancs [Beke László (Snoblesse Oblige), March 23, 1995, p. 2 (notice) harmadik előadása a functionality előzményeiről…], Magyar Narancs (Snoblesse Oblige), March 23, 1995, p. five (notice) B. M. Z. : Artpool ‘95 a functionality jegyében, Békés Megyei Nap, June 20, 1995, p. five. Szkárosi Endre: Előttünk a múlt, Élet és Irodalom, August 18, 1995, Dárdai Zsuzsa: “Nincs mit keresnem itt tovább, telt a szív, p. 10. üres a világ” – Beke László és György Péter beszélgetése, Élet és Szőke Annamária: Előszó, in: Irodalom, October thirteen, 1995, p. eight. Szőke Annamária (ed. ): A performance-művészet, Artpool – Balassi 1995 – The yr Kiadó – Tartóshullám, Budapest, 2000, pp. 7–12. of functionality in Artpool. sequence of lectures and learn courses, in: Shimoda, Seiji (ed. ): Nipaf ‘96. The third Nippon foreign functionality ArtFestival, NIPAF’96 government Comittee, Tokyo, 1996, pp. 41–43. (republication of Artpool’s press fabrics, an identical in jap: pp. 39–41) Simon Eszter: Megbotránkoztató és “halálos szépség”. A művészetben rejlő erkölcs, Heti Válasz, October 12, 2001, pp. 70–71. (review of the e-book A performance-művészet) ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Orlan and László Beke at Artpool (video photo) Screenshot from the video presentation 1 nine nine five — T H E YE A R OF P ERFOR M A NCE 193 1995 TV–Radio: Magyar Rádió (Petőfi), February eight, 1995 (Éjszaka [Night], subject: alternatíve cultures) Artpool artwork study 1995 László Beke Endre Szkárosi Translation of the textual content from the invitation: Miklós Erdély: … I didn’t perform the 1st Iparterv exhibition. no longer that I wouldn’t have desired to, yet simply because Lakner notion my paintings didn't slot in there. even as, at the same time with the 1st Iparterv exhibition yet independently of it, we wear a tremendous motion, 3 Quarks for King Marke. Then too, it was once generally suggestion that what i used to be doing was once nonsense. What Szentjóby used to be doing used to be o.k., since it was once a occurring. I did a conceptual occurring, a functionality in different phrases, simply because I used textual content all through. Szentjóby used to be doing surreal happenings – he was once burning bread and gas, and dealing in a well-recognized means with commonplace parts. by contrast, I learn my Sejtések [Inklings], an motion poem. After each sentence i might toss a rocket on the photograph of a girl. […] 3 Quarks for King Marke of ‘67 used to be a natural-sciences suggestion. The quark comes from Finnegans Wake, the scientists took the observe from there, the place it’s what the crow says. So i wished that name to tie paintings and technological know-how jointly. […] Miklós Peternák: eventually you are saying that every little thing that we name conceptual considering, or its visual appeal in activities or happenings that you've performed – that this all occurred lengthy ahead of it was once identified of right here at domestic.

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