Kápolna / EJTECH: Pulse

The pandemic drew attention to the fact that the complexity of the world requires fresh and up-to-date solutions. New community and business models and new systems are needed, which require the joint involvement of different areas of knowledge and an innovative approach. Opening in autumn 2020, the Kápolna (Chapel) co-space and exhibition space in Pasarét is home to creative projects whose organizers, complementing each other’s knowledge, are looking for new ways to connect economic, social, business and artistic initiatives in a spirit of mutual strategic cooperation.

One of the community-building initiatives of the Kápolna, founded by economist Réka Matheidesz and interior designer Tímea Tóth, is to make contemporary media art more widely known. Pieces from the collection of the Kápolna Collection, curated in collaboration with the Let it Be! Art agency, can inaugurate the space of a private home or public event as a casual art venue as works of art for rent. The runners of Kápolna believe that media designers and creative professionals, as well as artists, will play a key role in transforming future models of cooperation and developing effective solutions for the corporate sector as well.

The “capsule” of the Kápolna, furnished with unique design furniture and modularly designed and can be rented for private events, offers visitors a special atmosphere, “private silence” and “secret noises”. The opportunity to create individual and private experiences.

During Budapest Design Week, those interested can watch the EJTECH collective PULSE, which can be controlled by hand movements, in half-hour tours of up to 4 people. interactive installation, the physical experience of which is completed by visual teasers published on virtual channels.

Participation is free, but registration is required.

4 PEOPLE / half hourly shifts per day October 9-11. (14:00 / 14:30 / 15:00 / 15:30 / 16:00 / 16:30 / 17:00 / 17:30 / 18:00 / 18:30)