September 9, 2014
OSA unveiled “QR code”, an illustration of how family slides become public history. Consisting of 2,916 slides, the three meters by three meters art piece will be permanently exhibited in the OSA Archivum's Goldberger House in Budapest. OSA is one of the internationally most well known archives of the recent past, displaying documents on historical events and eras in unusual ways. It is eminently suited, both spatially and spiritually, to display this work of art.