These are not drawings. They only look like it.
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Budapest, Hungary, Óbuda Gallery
I wanted to show the fragility and strength of imaging.
This artwork is constructed from scattered flour onto the ground - as some other one before. Scattering flour onto the ground is a kind of provocative sacrifice.
This artwork is a series of infinite still lifes. Expands the boundaries of space and meaning of still life, if it\'s possible.
The sentences hidden behind the QR codes sometimes are funny, sometimes provovative. Some of them - the chance is very small though - they are made the visitor chage his life.
Our stories are constructed from the same little dramatic bricks. But the final results are never the same. There are no identical lives, no identical stories.
Libum: pancake sacred to the gods.
The empire has its own geometry. There is always a tower in the centre of an ideal city. The city/police are at the foot of that tower built by a strict plan. The main point is, there is an order viewed from the top.
The decimal number system is simply not magical enough to measure time.
The time magnet shows the structure of the time from plan view, as we never could perceive.
Dark geo was produced by placing drawings on the rhombuses of the Penrose tiling. As the drawings meet where the sides of the rhombuses do, a labyrinth is created, or at least a network. There are two kinds of drawings on the rhombuses; one can be seen by natural light, the other by ultraviolet light.
IFS means Iterated Function System. This is a description of an iterated function system mainly for novices in math.
This text is about the geometry of Penrose-drawings. Their base is the Penrose-tiling, or Penrose-parquet - from a Hungarian translation (Géza Perneczki).
"Excellence in Design" award
József Bullás, József Baksai,Balázs Faa, András Kapitány, Péter Lajtai, Gabi Nagy, Antal Turcsányi, Agnes von Uray (Ágnes Szépfalvi), Antal Pázmándi
Viola Fátyol, Balázs Faa, Tibor Gyenis, Sándor Imreh, Éva Mayer, Szilárd Miklós, Péter Pettendi Szabó, Katharina Roters, József Szolnoki, Dorottya Vékony, Janek Zamoyski