Hollow embodies the shared hallucinations of dancer/choreographer Viktor Szeri, media artist/game designer Tamás Páll, and curator/writer Gyula Muskovics. They have been working collectively since 2018, combining their visible and immaterial forces with sound and game mechanics to create immersive environments and cross-reality experiences. They merge the methodologies of contemporary dance with poetics, new media, augmented reality, and live role-play to build world prototypes where the dominant systems of consensual reality can be questioned and modified.

Hollow has provided access in various forms to the land of obscurity, investigating topics and contexts such as queer cruising, the hyperspace, millennial cults, the radicalization of the gamer subculture, eco-anxiety, nature as a black box, and walking as a psychoactive substance. Hollow is constantly becoming, and most of their performances and installations are ongoing. Moving seamlessly across virtual terrains and the corporeal and blurring the line between fictional and consensual realms, they distill personal domains into collective experiences. Hollow is a shapeshifter; they melt and mutate in the moment and the space they occupy; they are a magic pot where identities and narratives dissolve and bleed into each other.

The group has collaborated with different artists such as performance artists Darina Alster and Kaca Olivova from Prague, the collective Omsk Social Club from Berlin, and the visual artist duo Lőrinc Borsos in Budapest. Hollow’s most frequent collaborators are Hungarian sound artists András Molnár and Tamás Marquetant. They have performed and exhibited in off-sites as well as theaters, galleries, and festivals including art quarter budapest (Budapest, HU); MU Theater (Budapest, HU), Trafó House of Contemporary Arts (Budapest, HU), House of Arts (Brno, CZ), MeetFactory (Prague, CZ), Y: Possible Futures, Divadlo X10 (Prague, CZ), dunaPart 5 - Platform for Contemporary Performing Arts (Budapest, HU), Karpuchina Gallery (Prague, CZ), Placcc Festival (Budapest, HU), Under500 Festival (Budapest, HU), Montag Modus (Berlin, DE), radialsystem (Berlin, DE), and Donaufestival (Krems, AT).


The website has been realized with the support of the Imre Zoltán Program of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary.