András Gálik and Bálint Havas began their collaboration in the late 1990s after completing their studies at the Budapest Art Academy. Starting out painting during art school, they have since worked in various disciplines, without committing to a particular genre. A confrontation with Neo-Conceptualism can be observed as a starting point, albeit not as the end product of their projects. The artists cite ‘social context’ as one of the most important aspects of their work. By means of detailed research, comparable to anthropological probing, they analyse certain phenomena that bear relevance far beyond their local context. The focus of their work is a visual language that deals with a collective (sub)consciousness of (Hungarian) society and the role of art.