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Dóra Hegyi is project leader of tranzit.hu. She is an art historian and curator based in Budapest and has been curator at the Ludwig Museum Budapest since 1996, where she initiated the Project Room in 1999. Exhibitions include, Project Room, Ludwig Museum Budapest (1999), Budapest Box, The hidden scene of the 1990s (2002), Moszkva tér (Gravitation, 2003), and Tell a Line What a Ball Is (2004–2005). She was a founding member of the group KMKK (Two Artist, Two Curators) and a founding member of the Curators’ Association Budapest.