Performance artist Kolatt from Myanmar & Bálint Rádóczy / Hungary

The art scene in Myanmar is suffering from censorship. All exhibitions must be reviewed and permitted by a government censorboard. All artworks with political, sexual and religious aspects are prohibited to exhibit. Since February 2021, the situation is even worse.

Check out the collaboration with Myanmar performance artist Kolatt and Hungarian visual artist Bálint Rádóczy. Premiered April 23, 2013, at ZHdK Zurich University of the Arts, Master of Arts in Fine Arts, Zurich, Switzerland.

Performance video loop, 14 min 11 sec, 1280 x 720 mov, 2013. Best viewed in private and with headphones.
The contribution picture shows Kolatt Art: Photo by Thwe Thwe

Untitled (Cordon) from Bálint Rádóczy on Vimeo.

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We recommend an article on the current situation in Myanmar by Lisa Movius in The Art Newspaper, published on 1st March 2021: "The artists on the frontline of Myanmar’s deadly protests Art has played a central role in the country’s civil disobedience movement since its democratically elected government was ousted last month"

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