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The ARThropocene is an online art project created by four Arts Management students, Panna Regőczy (Hungary), Kaya Todorovic (Netherlands) and Clara Bourhis (France) studying at International Business School in Budapest, Hungary. Our project emphasizes and discusses the issue of Anthropocene through fine art. We collaborate with international artists and publish a selection of their artworks, focusing on to highlight their different approach to the subject of Anthropocene. Our aim is to raise awareness about the irreversible human impact on the ecosystem of the Earth and initiate a discourse about important issues connected to the Anthropocene such as global warming, environmental pollution, species extinction, deforestation, overpopulation, etc. Furthermore, readers can get a closer look into our artists’ life, creative process and personal opinion about Anthropocene in the interviews.
In the current era or Anthropocene, man places himself at the center of everything, with his own market needs, redesigning landscape to the point of leaving permanent traces in the rock, without realising that the Dodo can be himself, if he does not act to change...
Inspired by Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, Apocalypse Babies bears witness to our fragility in a world dominated by money where technology destroys nature. The drawings were done at the Dupuytren Museum on photographs of the catastrophe. From the cloud, falls a shower...
Work in Progress May 2020 Oil, Mixed Media Covid-19 Shelter in Place Studio Albany, New YorkOther works of the artist
PPE: Boundedness March 2020 Decay Enforced Oil, Mixed Media 12X12 inchesOther works of the artist
Future Lonely Tree Anthropocene Stockbridge, Massachusetts October 2017 Silver Gelatin PrintOther works of the artist
Substratum 2019, Opalka Gallery The Russell Sage Colleges, Albany, NY Substratum is a collaborative sculptural work by artists Medina, Bauer, and DiFiori Hopkins. Segments of concrete rubble, wire, and related materials are arranged beneath a collection of tensile...
Interviews with the artists
Éva Bubla Artist, activist, educator Éva is a Hungarian artist, activist and educator. Her works articulate social and ecological concerns and are strongly connected to the specific environment and community. At the boundaries of art and science, her projects aim to...