2011 | Next Art Gallery, Budapest

The Never take a trip alone installation, which consists of two large perspective cabinets based on 17th century technology, two etchings, two 3D video simulations, and two papers inscribed with Gothic typography, fills the space of a whole gallery. The perspective cabinets evoke the studies of two decisive figures of German cultural history using 17th century technology: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Alexander von Humboldt. […] By juxtaposing different eras and media, [Albert] takes an imaginary time travel in a way that he reflects on the changes occurring in the art historical evaluation of different media.” (VARGA, Tünde | 2012)