Miklós Erhardt DLA
associate professor, BA programme lead, MA programme lead, supervisor
Media Design BA
BA programme lead
Media Design BA
associate professor
Media Design MA
associate professor
Media Design MA
MA programme lead
Doctoral School

Miklós has been teaching at MOME since 2008. He previously worked primarily as an artist and cultural professional. He obtained his DLA at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2009. At MOME, he teaches in the Media Design programme as an associate professor. He also serves as a supervisor at the Doctoral School.

Fields of education
media design
Fields of research
the historical relationship between fine art and design
public art
media criticism
media history


Miklós Erhardt (Budapest, 1966) is a media artist and teacher. He graduated and earned his doctorate from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. In the late 1990s he started working on participatory projects, documentaries and conceptual media art projects. Between 1998 and 2005, he was a member of the artists’ collective Big Hope, together with Dominic Hislop and Elske Rosenfeld. His work has followed a more personal direction since 2006. Miklós’ work has been on display at the Manifesta 7, Wiener Secession, apex art in New York, Galerija SKC in Belgrade and the Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst in Leipzig. Between 1998 and 2000, he was a member of the board managing the Béla Balázs Studio, where he primarily supported experimental documentary films as a curator. From 2006 to 2009, Miklós was a guest lecturer in art theory at the Umea Kunsthögskolan. He has been an associate professor of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design since 2008. His writings have been published in artistic and social periodicals. He regularly translates pieces of social criticism and media theory, including works by Guy Debord, Noam Chomsky, Brian O'Doherty, Boris Groys and Jacques Ranciere. He resides in Budapest and Vienna.


Publication title
The Society of the Spectacle (Guy Debord, 1967); translation and foreword, 2022
Footnotes to Bare Life; Temporary Settings, two individual exhibitions in Wiener Secession in 2008 (German)


exhibition, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 1999-2000

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