Empathic Landscape

krisztián kristóf, 2017 
Solo exhibition, Trafó Gallery. Curator: Áron Fenyvesi

Empathic Landscape is a science-fiction told in graphic diagrams, about the possibities of becoming self-identical.
“The I. International Phosphane Conference was attended by six researchers only - all of them Hungarian. The researchers articulated the following statement: phosphane is a light phenomenon, which can be perceived in complete darkness or even with closed eyes, as it doesn’t need real light. In the near future, a controlled form of this inner sparkling will give back the sight to the blind!

The topic of the researchers this year was centered around an elementary experiment, which maps the so called ‘plane of self-identity’. In the present this plane is not portable yet and can be only simulated among laboratorial circumstances, but the first results are promising.
When this experimental field can be stabilized, we will open it for the society.”

Videostills from the research material of the self-identical plane (footage length 8 min.)

Slideshow of works 

Cast + Thanks:

Researchers: Fanni Hegedűs, Miklós Sáros, Tamás Kaszás, Krisztián Kristóf
A-roll: Marci Kristóf
B-roll: Balázs Horváth


 Áron Fenyvesi, Bori Szalai, Bálint Szabó, Kulesovék
Related texts:

Empathic Landscape, Artlocator EN/HU
Gallery handout EN/HU
Együttérző tájkép, Balkon HU
Az önazonosság kísérleti síkjai, Prae HU
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