The Photograph Gallery
Hiya Wooden is a weeklong artwork camp in Hungary the place 200 younger individuals, led by numerous architects and designers, come collectively and create tasks for eight totally different Hungarian communities. The scholars, with the assistance of their mentors, provide you with concepts based mostly on the socio-financial considerations of those particular areas. The eight tasks are then introduced to the communities throughout a celebration on the week’s finish.
One of many tasks that basically stood out was the Tiger. It was designed and constructed by Gábor Miklós Szőke with the assistance of his fellow workforce members: Ádám Farkas, Eszter Móricz, Tamás Nádasdy, Krisztina Sárkány, and Zoltán Török. The sculpture was a part of the Wooden Workshop and was created for the Szakácsi group.
The artist’s intent was for the Tiger to “shield” the individuals of the group and for it to “stand for energy: the facility of togetherness, self-advocacy and taking over the problem.”
Make sure to take a look at the remainder of the tasks right here.