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Zolt Asta

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These can be additional contextual elements, psychological or emotional effects or even aesthetical layers. However, I look at my works as very short and brief poems, which can be thought about and can trigger conversation. Indeed, I have many separate works. I think in projects, and when I feel I have processed a topic or project, I finish it not wanting to continue it. I deliberately do not want to repeat myself. I know that for many artists it is a life program to keep unfolding and evolving a certain topic, but for me it is more exciting to explore the world where we live and come up with new topics. Nevertheless, there is a connection between my topics. Sometimes contextual, for example how the everyday man tries to find his place in our technocrat society, or our relationship with the past. Furthermore, the similarity between my separate works can also be seen in my intonation. The way I put together what I say is always similar. I would start to focus on your artistic production beginning from my story, my version, an extremely interesting project that our readers have already started to get to know in the introductory pages of this article: and I would suggest our readers to visit in order to get a wider idea of your multifaceted production. What most impressed me of this project is the way you have create a point of convergence between a functional analysis of the context you relate to and autonomous aesthetics. Do you conceive this in an instinctive way or do you rather structure your process in order to reach the right balance?

That is the result of conscious work. This work got ready the way all my other works. I create my projects in various steps. First I find the topic I have been preoccupied with recently. Then I sit down and think it over, trying to find the most exciting part of it. I consider how I could word it to make it as brief and interesting as possible. I always ask myself whether it is interesting enough to create it. If the answer is yes, I decide what tools and medium to use and

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