Krisztián Gábor Török, is a curator, researcher, and writer. Currently based in Budapest, Krisztián’s research focuses on socially engaged art, especially educational practises in the Central Eastern European region. His curatorial practice, at the intersection of alternative pedagogies, institutional critique and socially engaged art, questions the hegemony of exhibition-making using alternative formats to present artistic processes such as peer-learning groups, discursive platforms and workshops.
In collaboration with the Mexican artist Daniel Godínez Nivón was part of Re–Directing: East x Empathic Pedagogies: Future Intimacies laboratory at Ujazdowski Castle CCA Warsaw (2020). He collaborated with Minitremu for their project during Our Other Us, 2021 Art Encounters Biennial Timisoara. Recently he was awarded a travel grant by the Getty Foundation for the 2021 CIMAM 2021 Annual Conference in Poland.