EJTECH included among artists of the Contextile 2022

Date: 2022.09.01
EJTECH included among artists of the Contextile 2022 Phase In, Phase Out by EJTECH (Judit Eszter Kárpáti and Esteban de la Torre, researchers of MOME Innovation Center) was selected for the prominent international Contextile 2022 (Contemporary Textile Art Biennial).

EJTECH included among artists of the Contextile 2022   
Phase In, Phase Out by EJTECH (Judit Eszter Kárpáti and Esteban de la Torre, researchers of MOME Innovation Center) was selected for the prominent international Contextile 2022 (Contemporary Textile Art Biennial).  


The biennial celebrating its 10th anniversary this year will be held between 6 September and 30 October in Guimarães, Portugal, under the theme Re-make dialogues for a textile culture.   


From 1505 entries submitted by 1250 artists, 50 items from 50 artists have been selected by the illustrious jury to be featured at the biennial.

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