Andras Blazsek is the recipient of the grant from the International Visegrad Fund for the Futura Residency Program in 2010. In 2012 he was awarded a grant by CEC Artslink for a performance at LACE Los Angeles . Recent Exhibitions and live performances include: 2015 – Off-Biennale Budapest, Isolator, Postapalota, Budapest, Hungary; 2015 – The topological landscapes of a (free mind) installation based on the research work of Raymond Royal Rife Instruments at Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Cologne, Germany; 2014 – PAVILIONpavilion sound installation based on a feedback system / On the edge of perceptibility, Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary; 2014 – Logical Volume Identifier (for Internet radio and scroll montage) collaboration with Emily Verla Bovino /audiovisual performance/ audiopart @ Kchung radio Volume project, Los Angeles, USA; 2013 – Presentation of the R. Machine at Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Final Year Exhibition, Cologne, Germany; 2013 – Electronic Gate Cologne eine Vortex Performance / audiovisual performance with Ensemble MusikFabrik and with Martin Blažíček, Cologne, GermanyAndrás Blazsek is a member of the collaborative Besorolás Alatt (Unrated) besorolasalatt.hu founded by a group of students at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts with the aim of working in collaboration on audiovisual and sound based projects. Since 2007 the group presented numerous performances in Hungary and Europe. Projects include the exhibition +3dB Contemporary Sound Art Festival in Budapest in 2009 and 2010.