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In the thematic units of artworks presented at the exhibition, these key words indeed surface, from various approaches, depending on the context. Gerhes offers existing and fictive examples from the past and present of both invented traditions that have been elevated to official status in a program-like fashion, and the representational forms of these traditions.
Another example is the lead sculpture featured as a central piece of the exhibition, which depicts what is known as the Hungarian clarinet-tarogato (Alchimia Pannonica). While the clarinet-tarogato is commonly known as an ancient Hungarian wind instrument of great past tradition, it was only actually patented in 1899.
Each piece of the series is a reconstruction of an abstract painting that appeared in the caricatures of Ludas Matyi (the official humour magazine of the Kadar Era), which aimed to mock the visual art exhibitions of the day.