2014 I CHB I Berlin
2015 I Hungarian Cultural Institute I Istanbul
2016 I Nyitva Festival I Budapest
Velofetish was an exhibition I curated to show an overview of the millennial change in urban cycling culture. As cycling gains ground in the daily life of city dwellers, so does it influence our thinking. The exhibition showed how strong this effect is, how it changes our thoughts about freedom, revolutionary initiatives and urban activism.
During the 2000’s my hometown, Budapest was its region’s pioneer in the cycling-revolution. As the person behind Balkantango, I took an active part in this revolution. I showcased Velofetish in three cities (Berlin, Budapest and Istanbul) to encourage people to think about the long-term importance of bottom-up initiatives.