lives in Budapest and is a freelance researcher and author. Studied architecture, art theory and sociology in Budapest and Paris. Participant in diverse urban research programmes, and member of international urban information networks. Organizer of workshops, conferences and exhibitions on contemporary urban phenomena.
Finding and remembering in Central Europe's confused cities
Its identity located somewhere between nostalgia and commerce, the dilapidated and the gentrified, the Central European city mixes languages, words and signs to form a style best described as radical eclecticism, writes Levente Polyák. [more]