Today, more than ever, environmental problems have become part of our everyday life
– problems to which we cannot be indifferent and which must be the object of reflection and action by all. This project has been conceived as a collective exhibition of art students of the Budapest Metropolitan University. The project is designed by young students and carried out by young talents. Our team made by Kimberly Fabbri and Mona Esmaeili believes in the ability of the new generations as an engine of change.

The idea behind the project is the creation of an exhibition that is able to leave the traditional spaces of cultural use and reach the defined target through the creation of temporary digital installations in public spaces.

Budapest Metropolitan University art students are called to carry out a digital art work by the end of the autumn semester 2021 (December 2021). The exhibition is made as free exhibition and we identify our selves as a non profit.


Refers to something that is easy to find in

transport locations, fast too see, fast to understand in an immediate location and immediate way, directly reaching the people in they everyday life places. It’s also the motto of the project – we ask student to realize something in a fast way, through a fast technique but with an immediate meaning.

The title is accompanied by a sticker in Hungarian, to capture the attention of even those who do not speak English. The QR code on the posters also makes the information available online on the site in both English and Hungarian.

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