The Belgian media & technology art duo talks about new ways to shape art experiences, their residency at Vienna’s Q21 and whether the city is as picture-perfectly kitschy as expected.
Once, when I spoke with Francesca von Habsburg about the current Hungarian art scene, she highlighted Blood Mountain as one of the most exciting initiatives. I met Jade Niklai, founder and director of the Budapest-based independent, non-profit organization. She gave insights into Blood Mountain’s history, current activities, and future plans – which also involve Vienna.
Poland rocks! (My soundtrack to the trip was by hip-hop girl band Cipedrapskuad). Click for more.