Emese Kürti (PhD) is an art historian, researcher, and art critic, the head of Artpool Art Research Center, and deputy director for research at Central European Research Institute for Art History Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest. Her dissertation set the ground for a new narrative of Hungarian action art based on a musical genealogy. In the last few years, she has been focusing on the transregional artistic collaborations between Hungary and Yugoslavia, and the self-historicizing and institutional ambitions of the neo-avant-garde. Among several other publications on the above themes, she is the author of Screaming Hole: Poetry, Sound and Action as Intermedia Practice in the Work of Katalin Ladik, 2017.
Publikationen in den Reihen: Image