We screened Nádasy László’s 1964 documentary, Éva A-5116. The film tells the story of a Hungarian Holocaust survivor, Éva Krozt, and her search for surviving relatives. Following the screening, Vanishing Points curator Tamás Don engaged as a participant in a roundtable discussion with Nádasy László Jr., who also directed a film centring on Éva’s life (Örök Éva, 2006). They were joined by Vanishing Points artist, Nóra Szabó, whose artwork was inspired by the two documentaries.
Vanishing Points 3.0 is a contemporary art project focusing on antisemitism and Jewish identity in the early-Kádár era. To view the online exhibition, please click here: http://enyeszpontok.tumblr.com