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Eszter Bircsák | Hungary | Sub Curator
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Eszter Bircsák

Freelance curator and cultural mediator Eszter Bircsák has performed a variety of functions at Kitchen Budapest since its inception, from coordination assistant (2007-8) and program supervisor (2008-9) to project supervisor of education and curating (2009-2012). Before she was gallery assistant at Trafó Gallery (2002-6), and she is the former head of Fine Art Department of St. Stephen King Museum, Székesfehérvár (2006-2007). She graduated as an art historian and a philologist of Hungarian language and literature. 

In her recent curatorial activity she is promoting the cross-over projects between art&tech, new media, design, technology, science and society like as in the Media Facades Festival Europe (2010), McLuhan-year Hungary (2011), Pirates of The Danube, TENT London (2011), Chromosonia, Ars Electronica Center (2011), Moving Island, Lodz Festival (2011), KIBU Storytelling program, Budapest (2012), and in Hackathon Against the Corruption during the Data is Beautiful Conference (co-cureted with Nina Czegledy), Budapest (2012).

She takes lectures as regional cultural expert for companies, educational institutes. 
She is the co-founder of MER the regional design brand with Melinda Sipos and Gergely Laczkovich.

She lives in Budapest.


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