Eszter Lázár studied art history and cultural anthropology at ELTE (Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest) and has been working as a curator at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where she is a member of the exhibition committee and has curated several shows (Intimations of the Past, Models for a Fictional Academy, Satellite Tunes – Art from the Post Soviet States, Visibility Works - exhibition and workshop series about art education). She also works at the Karton Gallery in Budapest. Her writings have been featured in: Balkon, exindex (www.exindex.hu), Műértő, Magyar Lettre Internationale, and various exhibition catalogues.
She has just begun her studies at the PhD program in Cultural Sciences at University of Pécs, Hungary.
Jeremy Millar is an artist based in Whitstable, and AHRC Research Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts, Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford. He has exhibited in, or curated, exhibitions and screenings around the world, most recently Safn, Reykjavik; Inverleith House, Edinburgh; Hauser and Wirth, London (in collaboration with Anri Sala and Franz Ferdinand); and Tate Modern; he is currently developing new works for the Royal Academy; National Maritime Museum; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; and the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford. His writings have been included in many international publications, and his most recent books are Place (Thames and Hudson, 2005) and The Way Things Go (Afterall, 2007). His exhibition on the visual art of John Cage, the largest ever held, will open at Baltic in May 2010.
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