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Bázis – Hungarian Association of Literature and Arts in Slovakia is an association for autunomous, independent literature, art and science in Slovakia.


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2023. 02. 15. 18:00 - 19:30

Presentation of Bázis’ books Természetes vadság and Transzkulturalizmus és bilingvizmus 4 in Budapest

2022. 12. 12. 08:15 - 13:30

11th Legere Literary Competition in Nitra, co-organized by Bázis, 3rd round

2022. 11. 16. 17:00 - 18:30

Noémi Récsei is talking to Rita Halász about her Margó award-winning novel

2022. 11. 30. 10:00 - 11:30

Literary discussions and readings 3. Lifetime games


Alica Árvay – What are you working on this week?

Pause This week is dedicated to intense waiting and pause while actually it cannot get any busier and competing for more time. The stake is getting to a place where I can spend most of my time writing. One needs to earn it and maybe I have been too stubborn because I was determined to […]

TEXT 2023. 01. 29.

Magdalena Roguska-Németh’s study on transculturalism and translingualism in Hungarian Studies

Magdalena Roguska-Németh’s study “The phenomena of transculturalism and translingualism in the context of contemporary Hungarian Literature” has been published in Hungarian Studies. “The paper discusses two defining phenomena of recent years: transculturalism and translingualism in the context of contemporary Hungarian literature. The first part of the article deals with the theoretical basis of transculturalism and […]

TEXT 2023. 01. 23.

Zoltán Németh’s study on pseudonyms in postmodern Hungarian literature in Hungarian Studies

Zoltán Németh’s study “Mystifications. The role of pseudonyms in postmodern Hungarian literature” has been published in Hungarian Studies. “Abstract This study focuses on literary mystification, which has become extremely common in Central European postmodern literature in recent decades. Mystification is essentially a game related to the authorial name, to pseudonyms, masks and various alter egos. […]

TEXT 2023. 01. 23.

Zoltán Csehy’s study on Hungarian queer literature in Hungarian Studies

Zoltán Csehy’s study “Hungarian queer: The chances of a paradigm in writing Hungarian literary history” has been published in Hungarian Studies. “Abstract The study discusses the possibilities of the scholarly processing of Hungarian queer literature. In particular, it takes into account the diversity of interpretive strategies and focuses on methods that can productively liberate canonized […]

TEXT 2023. 01. 23.

Roland Farkas’s lecture Fungible Memoires in Valletta (Malta)

Roland Farkas‘s lecture Fungible Memoires in Valletta is available on YouTube: “July 5, 2022, 7 p.m., Valletta Design Cluster, Conference Room, Valletta, MaltaIn relation to his previous works, the artist talks about the strategies of neo-avant-garde art, the impact of capitalism on the individual, the society of spectacle and surveillance, the looming ecological catastrophe, and […]

VIDEO 2023. 01. 23.

Magdalena Roguska-Németh at the presentation of Helikon’s “Transcultural Memory Research” issue (2022/3.)

Magdalena Roguska-Németh will take part in the presentation of Helikon’s “Transcultural Memory Research” issue (2022/3.) on February 8, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. The participants of the meeting: Tímea Jablonczay Tímea, Magdalena Roguska-Németh, Eszter Vilmos, Izabella Agárdi, Tamás Kisantal Tamás, Györgyi Földes.

TEXT 2023. 01. 17.

Ajna Marosz at the Solamente Naturali concert in the small Lutheran church in Bratislava

Ajna Marosz will give guest performance at the concert of Solamente Naturali in the small Lutheran church in Bratislava on Saturday, January 14, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. Tickets for the concert can be purchased at Ticketportal.

TEXT 2023. 01. 12.

Gergely Vörös – What are you working on this week?

On 4th October, Enikő and I embarked upon a new project: his name is Kristóf. For the past three months, our days have been filled with caring for him. This week, we are dealing with a tummy ache and the first signs of teething. We are also trying to stimulate his cognitive development: he has […]

TEXT 2023. 01. 09.

Dávid Mellár’s text in Párkány – Štúrovo in the performance of a bridge guard Maria Chiara Calvani

György Himmler and Károly Frühauf, the organizers of the event, cordially invite all interested parties to the performance of a bridge guard Maria Chiara Calvani on January 8, 2022 (Sunday) at 4:00 p.m. at the Gyula Barta Gallery in Párkány – Štúrovo (Fő utca 6. – Hlavná 6). The text of Dávid Mellár will be […]

TEXT 2023. 01. 08.

András Cséfalvay’s digital album “Future Role of the Church in the Forthcoming Environmental Transformation” has been released!

András Cséfalvay‘s digital album “Future Role of the Church in the Forthcoming Environmental Transformation” has been released! For more information and to buy the album visit the autor’s homepage: “András Cséfalvay makes simple music with a potent atmosphere. A well-known figure in the Slovak underground (artistic, literary and music) scene, he returns after years of […]

TEXT 2022. 12. 27.

The works of András Cséfalvay exhibited in Slovak National Gallery

The works of András Cséfalvay exhibited in Slovak National Gallery – Prologue. 12 Colours of Reality from December 11, 2022 until December 31, 2023. More information can be found on the homepage of Slovak National Gallery: “We are proud to invite you to the reconstructed Slovak National Gallery! To guide you through the new premises, […]

TEXT 2022. 12. 27.

Sound poetry performance by Kinga Tóth in MODEM

Kinga Tóth will be the guest in MODEM in Debrecen on December 28, 2022 at 5:00 pm. More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page. The poster: the Facebook-page of MODEM

TEXT 2022. 12. 27.

László Pálmai’s video happening Crash Test Beatitudes premiered in Bratislava

The premiere of László Pálmai’s video happening Crash Test Beatitudes will take place in Bratislava’s smallest cinema, the Foajé (Bratislava, Štefánikova 16), on December 16, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. For more information please visit the event’s Facebook page in Slovak.

TEXT 2022. 12. 16.

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2023. 01. 29.

Alica Árvay – What are you working on this week?


2023. 01. 23.

Zoltán Németh’s study on pseudonyms in postmodern Hungarian literature in Hungarian Studies


2023. 01. 09.

Gergely Vörös – What are you working on this week?


2022. 11. 28.

IN SITU ARTIST GROUP exhibition in SCHEMNITZ GALLERY – Banská Štiavnica (video)


2022. 11. 16.

Judit Görözdi’s review of three books on transculturalism edited by Zoltán Németh, Magdalena Roguska, Orsolya Hegedűs, Anikó N. Tóth and Gabriella Petres Csizmadia in WLS


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2023. 01. 29.

Alica Árvay – What are you working on this week?


2023. 01. 23.

Magdalena Roguska-Németh’s study on transculturalism and translingualism in Hungarian Studies


2023. 01. 23.

Zoltán Németh’s study on pseudonyms in postmodern Hungarian literature in Hungarian Studies


2023. 01. 23.

Zoltán Csehy’s study on Hungarian queer literature in Hungarian Studies


2023. 01. 23.

Roland Farkas’s lecture Fungible Memoires in Valletta (Malta)