Daniel Halasz Fischer | Zora
Daniel Halasz Photography
Daniel Halasz, photography, award winning, conceptual, documentary, fine art, architecture, interior, Hungary, NYC, village project, eastern europe
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“The photo series by Daniel Halasz with Zora Molnar as the photos’ subject explains everyday life situations in a humorous, satirical way. Though they are everyday moments, they are determining for those in wheelchairs. The stairs of a city, unnecessary obstacles, but also the simplicity of integrating wheelchairs into the space of a lecture theatre point out how the system is working or is unable to work properly. The quotations by Ady on the colourful backgrounds invite the viewer to step closer and observe the details. Also, the passionate lines talk from the perspective of an angry outsider, craving for being accepted in the society, which is in parallel with the message of the photos and complement them very well.”
(Tünde Török, curator)

Created in collaboration with Zora, a member and activist of an NGO raising awareness about disabilities in Hungary.

The project involved artists and disabled people working together and was exhibited at many locations in Hungary (Budapest, Pécs, Szeged, Debrecen, Nyíregyháza, Győr, Miskolc). It was co-ordinated by the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (TASZ).