Nov 29, 2019
Kinga Tóth (fellow 2013/2016) receives Hugo-Ball-Förderpreis 2020
Akademie Schloss Solitude is very happy for former fellow Kinga Tóth (fellow 2013/2016), who receives the Hugo-Ball-Förderpreis 2020. The prize is rewarded with 5.000 € and is awarded to persons, whose humanistic and/or creative achievements are in line with Hugo Ball’s work. Tóth’s experimental poetry and performances should have reminded the jury about dadaistic performances at the legendary Züricher Cabaret Voltaire. The public award ceremony will take place on February 23, 2020 in Pirmasens/Germany.
Kinga Tóth, born 1983 in Sárvár/Hungary is a (sound)poet-illustrator, linguist, writer, and translator. In 2013, she was a fellow owithin the Eastern European Network program of Akademie Schloss Solitude. In 2014, her poetry book Allmaschine was published with Edition Solitude. Furthermore, she was a 2016 WimmelResearch-fellow, a joint project between Robert Bosch GmbH, Akademie Schloss Solitude, and Wimmelforschung.
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