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ABOUT

Anna has a range of experience as a social researcher as well as working in the cultural sector as a facilitator, curator and engagement coordinator. In 2023, she graduated from the Health Humanities and Arts program at the University of Edinburgh with distinction. She also holds an MLitt in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) from the Glasgow School of Art and a BA in Cultural Management & Art Theory from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. She is a motivated curator with a passion for collaborative and interdisciplinary practices. Her work connects to various arts collectives: BÜRO imaginaire, Roundabout and BRUT.

Her recent work explores contemporary artistic positions concerned with physical and mental health, with a specific focus on the politics and social entanglements of urban playgrounds, affordances of public space and creative place-making.

She has previously worked with BALATORIUM, Šopa Gallery, Zentrum für Netzkunst, Ars Electronica, Glasgow Artists’ Moving Image Studios, Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and OFF Biennale Budapest among others. See: Projects

Originally from Hungary, she studied in Germany and Scotland, lived in Italy, and is now based in Glasgow. She plays bike polo, makes zines and upcycles clothes.

RECENT TALKS/PRESENTATIONS

22nd International Play Association Triennial World Conference
Presenting the short film ‘Once there is space, there is breath’, reflecting on the play of adolescent young people through movement and building
Glasgow, Scotland, June 2022

BALATORIUM Ecological Weekend
with BÜRO imaginaire
As part of the event: The wine of the future, the future of wine
Örvényes, Hungary, August 2022

Reclaiming Our Heritage Legacy event
Scottish Mental Health and Arts Festival
online, March 2022

2nd Biennial Conference on Food & Communication
Discourses on the future of food
Ljubljana, September 2021 (remotely)

Artist talk: Our Stadium
with Marija Nemčenko
Laboratory of Critical Urbanism, European Humanities University
online, July 2021

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Tudos, A., It’s hard to win – using gaming to help imagine better playing fields, Flash Art Czech & Slovak Edition, NO 69 Vol XVI – 2023

Mit jelent a tájba lassulni? – A 2022-es ökológiai x kulturális hétvége SLOWWALK eseménysorozatáról (in Hungarian), Balatorium Bázis, 2023, online

Tudos, A., Nemcenko, M., The right to public space, the right to movement in cities, 6th issue of „Į“ Magazine from Kaunas , Futures of the City, Kauno fotografijos galerija, 2022

Tudos, A., Czene, M., Fridvalszki, M., Versions, Fragments or Inaccessible Works? Conservation Approaches to Media Art Installations and Net Art Works in the Collection of the C³ Centre for Culture & Communication Foundation, New Media Museums //Proceedings// : Collecting and Preserving Media Arts Reader, 2022, online: https://newmediamuseums.multiplace.org/doku.php?id=proceedings

Tudos, A., Szalipszki, J., Cooking with Stones In: On the Same Page, Kálmán, R., Páldi, L., Sevic, K. (eds.) OFF- Biennale Budapest, 2022
Illustrated by Indrė Šimkutė

Tudos, A., Playing meaningfully In: Brut: Boredom: High Rises, Emptiness and Play. Hatherley, O., Leslie, C., Mitha, H. & Hollis, E.,  Nemcenko, M., Hudson, E. (eds.), City Heritage Trust & 101 Gallery, Kaunas, Lithuania, 2019, p. 54-86.

http://brutcollective.com/brut-boredom-book/

GET IN TOUCH

Anna is always interested in collaborations worldwide. If you want to chat, don’t hesitate in reaching out.

panka[at]tudos.hu