Excerpts from an interactive installation by Péter Forgács and The Labyrinth Project
• Exhibition Premiere at the Getty Center, 2002
Co-Directors: Rosemary Comella, Péter Forgács, Kristy H.A. Kang & Scott Mahoy
Executive Producer: Marsha Kinder
Original Concept Design: Rosemary Comella, Péter Forgács, Kristy H.A. Kang & Marsha Kinder
Interface Design: Rosemary Comella, Kristy H.A. Kang, Scott Mahoy in consultation with Péter Forgács & Marsha Kinder
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The Danube Exodus: The Rippling Currents of the River is an immersive cinematic installation about the displacement of ethnic minorities and the possible connections between them. Based on The Danube Exodus, an award-winning film by Hungarian filmmaker and Getty scholar, Péter Forgács, the installation premiered at the Getty Research Institute at the Getty Center in 2002. The project grew out of a collaboration between Péter Forgács, well known for his compelling documentaries based on found footage from Europe in the 1930s – 40s, and the creative team of The Labyrinth Project.