Silverberg’s Recent Installation: A Memory Palace at FUGA Gallery

by Robbin on September 9, 2013

A Memory Palace Installation at FUGA Gallery

Budapest Center of Architecture
Petőfi Sándor utca 5., Budapest, Hungary 1052
June – September 2013

A Memory Palace was an installation at FUGA, where I explored the connection between episodic memory and location, working with this ancient mnemonic device. The space contained a series of photographs, a set of pulp-paintings of my ambulatory mapping, a video, an artist book and set of hand-cut player piano scrolls, along with found and remembered objects.

A highlight of the event was Jazz musician László Göz’s improvisation on five conch shells. The music was a transformative ‘reading’ of my player piano scrolls.

László Göz opens Böröcz / Silverberg exhibit at FUGA in Budapest was filmed by Peter Forgacs.

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