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Szabolcs KissPál (1967) lives in Budapest, Hungary. His main field of interest is the intersection of new media, visual arts and social issues. He has been teaching at various universities in EU, currently being an associate professor at the HUFA Budapest (Intermedia Dpt).
His works of different media have been presented among others at the Venice Biennial, ISCP and Apexart New York, Stedelijk Museum, Seoul International Media Art Biennale, and other venues, and are part of the collections, such as the Ludwig Museum for Contemporary Art, Budapest, Ostrobothnian Museum Vaasa (FIN), Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest (RO), Kadist Art Foundation Paris (FR), Muzeum Współczesne Wrocłav (PL).
Between 2012-15 has been actively involved in various activist projects including museum occupations and civil disobedience actions.