Daniel Halasz Fischer | Persecution of Art
Daniel Halasz Photography
Daniel Halasz, photography, award winning, conceptual, documentary, fine art, architecture, interior, Hungary, NYC, village project, eastern europe
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Persecution of Art

In 2011, a new law was introduced in Hungary, which restricts the freedom of expression through fines and imprisonment. The lessons of history taught us that we should prepare for the future, and artists should train to endure the physical and psychological effects of contemporary torture techniques.

1) 60 hours without sleep
2) 2 minutes without air
3) 8 minutes in 8°C water
4) 10 minutes slapping
5) Waterboarding

50x60cm, edition of 10, archival inkjet print

Exhibited in 2011 at MFA Graduation Show, Ponton Gallery, Budapest, Hungary.