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CV Péter Szalay sculptor Place and Date of Birth: Pécs, 28th September 1981 Address: 2015 Szigetmonostor 29. Damjanich street ID number: 555275 RA Phone: +3620 770 3991 Web: szalaysculpt.blogspot.com E-mail: szalaysculpt@gmail.com

2011

2010 EDUCATION 2002 – 2008 1995 – 1999

University of Pécs, Faculty of Arts, Department of Sculpture Secondary School of Arts, Pécs- Faculty of Ceramics

SOLO EXHIBITION 2017 - Ich suche einen menschen, Art cologne, Köln, GERMANY - Premio in sesto, San vito al Tagliamento, ITALY - On The Surface, ACB Attachment, Budapest, HUN - On The Surface, Szentendrei képtár, Szentendre, HUN 2015 - Four coloured rainbow, 44QM Gallery, Hartberg, AUSTRIA - General Goal Feast, Irokéz Gallery, Szombathely, HUN - Save As ( with János Huszti), Latarka Gallery, Budapest, HUN 2014 - „I am looking for a human”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros, HUN - Double vision, ACB Gallery, Budapest, HUN - Double Vision, Nádor Gallery, Pécs, HUN 2013 - Residual value, ACB Attachment, Budapest, HUN - Till Now Everything Is Ok, Art9 Gallery, Budapest, HUN 2012 - Autotroph, Miskolci Gallery, Miskolc, HUN - Presentation (one-night event), Pozsony, SLOVAKIA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2018 - Spring Gallery, Spinnerei Leipzig, Lipcse, GERMANY - Entropy, Art of disintegration, MIA Art Gallery, Wroclaw, POLAND - 10, acb Attachment, Bp., HUN 2017 - Lett there be light, Art Quarter, Budapest, HUN - IRON FACTORY, XIII. Iron Sculptor Artists’ Colony, ICA-D, Dunaújváros, HUN - 3D sculpture? FKSE- Stúdió Gallery, Bp., HUN -Symbols of Socialist Art, Centrális gallery, OSA archívum, Bp. - Old school, M21 gallery, Pécs, HUN - Ceramic Quadriennale, Museum of Modern Art, Pécs, HUN - Faces of Concrete 3, Nick gallery, Pécs, HUN - The End , FKSE gallery, Bp., HUN 2016 -Statues of Rebels, acb attachment, Bp. - Faces of Concrete 2, Nick gallery, Pécs 2015 - Bookmarks, Meo, Budapest - Bookmarks, Art Cologne, GERMANY - Contemporaries: Collectors and artists, New Budapest Gallery, Budapest, 2014 - Antidesign, New Budapest Gallery, Bálna, Budapest - Rearranged Reality, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest - Subjective Objects, Latarka Gallery, Budapest 2013 - Budapest Immersion, New Budapest Gallery, Bálna, Budapest - Bookmarks, B55 Gallery, Budapest - Home Sweet Home, Miskolci Gallery, Budapest - The Emperors New Apparel, Trafó Gallery, Budapest - Clear Head, MKE Fríz terem, Budapest 2012 - Gallery By Night, Studio Gallery, Budapest

2009

2008

2007

- Art Placc, Tihany - III. Moscov International Biennale For Young Art, Moscow, RUUSSIA - Quadratic Equation, Kepes Institute, Eger - II. Biennale of Sculpture, Art Mill, Szentendre - The Patterns of Time, acb Gallery, Budapest - Gallery By Night, Párizs, FRANCE - FIKA, Pécs - Gallery By Night, Studio Gallery, Budapest - Libero Arbitrio, Párizs, FRANCE - Sculpture?!, Nádor Gallery, Pécs - Fresh, KOGART, Budapest - 21 Conversations, public art, Pécs - Mikser Festival, Belgrad, SERBIA - Small Objects, acb Gallery, Budapest - Exhibition of New Members, Studio Galéria, Budapest - Trust (Sculptors from Pécs), Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros - FIKA, Zsolnay Factory, Pécs - 20 Years of the Change of Regime (travelling exhibition) - Berlin, Paris, Vienna, DE, FR, AUT - Self-determination, Gallery of Szombathely, Szombathely - Exhibition of the Irokéz Collection, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest - XX. Natinal Biennale of Ceramics, Vasarely Museum, Pécs - Budapest Art Expo fresh, Art Mill, Szentendre - Sculptor Exposition, Expo Center, Pécs

ART FAIRS 2017 - Art Cologne, Cologne, GERMANY - Art Market, Budapest 2015 - ArtMarket, Budapest 2014 - ArtMarket, Budapest 2013 - Art Rotterdam, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS - ArtMarket, Budapest 2012 - ArtMarket, Budapest 2011 - ArtMarket, Budapest - ViennaFair, AUSTRIA WORKS IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS - Ludwig Museum, Budapest, HUN - Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros, HUN - Irokéz Collection (Szombathely) , HUN - Space Gallery (Pozsony) SLOVAKIA - Atelierhouse (Miskolc), HUN SCHOLARSHIPS, COLONY OF ARTISTS -2017 XIII. Iron Sculptor Artists’ Colony, ICA-D, Dunaújváros, HUN -2017 Derkovits Gyula Scholarship -2016 Budapest Gallery Artist exchange, Lisbon, PORTUGAL -2016 Derkovits Gyula Scholarship -2015 Derkovits Gyula Scholarship - 2014 National Cultural Fund - 2013 National Cultural Fund - 2012 Töreki Colony of Artists (Siófok) - 2011 Visegrad Artist Residency (Pozsony) SLOVAKIA - 2011 National Cultural Fund scholarship - 2011 NMA Napidíj - 2010 personal programme, Miskolc


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I graduated from sculpture in 2008, I am represented by acb contemporary art gallery on the art market ever since. Besides traditional sculptural materials (bronze, stone), I use diverse materials (found objects, concrete, iron, plastic etc.) but I created a number of kinetic works and installations, as well. The starting point of my art is usually an idea reflecting on contemporary culture and global issues. Geometry as the 3D appearance of mathematics and a base of plastic thinking is a recurrent motive of my art, too. Along permanent experimenting, I like using new technologies such as 3D planning and printing. In Hungary, two works of mine can be found in public places and also several outdoor objects of mine are located in gardens of private collectors. Preparing larger works, I prefer concrete and iron not only because of their cheapness but also for their special role in socialist realist sculpture of Eastern Europe.


PETER SZALAY SELECTED WORKS

FOUR SAME- SIZED IRON CYLINDERS / welded iron, plasma cut iron, cast-iron, wrought iron / 10X10X10 cm each.


WORKS 2018

STATIC TIME 02 plasma cut iron, chain 250x200x150cm


WORKS 2018

KIRIGAMI 01 Plasma cut iron, screw 210x150x60cm


WORKS 2017

FRIENDS WILL BE FRIENDS ( public art project - San Vito Al Tagliamento, ITALY ) welded plasma cut iron 150x170x50cm


WORKS 2017

TRUNCATED HYPERCUBE 01 ( Public Art Project, Szigetmonostor, HUNGARY) concrete 100x100x100cm


WORKS 2017

YIN YANG Moisture Resistant Gypsum Board, Fire Resistant Gypsum Board, screw 100x100x5cm


ON THE SURFACE 2017

In his exhibition, Péter Szalay presents a complex installation which demonstrates the findings of his experiments with polygonal spatial abstraction. Mass produced, commonplace statuettes – painted porcelain figurines – serve as the starting point of his exploration, which he then turns into geometric abstract sculptures. He performs this transformation – without any manual intervention – in two ways: he either induces a chemical reaction to build a crystal structure on the surface of the statuette or digitally reduces the polygonal mesh of the scanned figurine and prints it in 3D. Both processes result in statuette-pairs with polygonal surface structures. The contrasting of these two types of abstract form systems addresses the issues of sculptural abstraction.


ON THE SURFACE 2017

ON THE SURFACE 02/a porcelain, aluminium sulfate, chalk 22x8x11cm

ON THE SURFACE 02/b 3D print, plastic 22x8x11cm


ON THE SURFACE 2017

ON THE SURFACE 03/a porcelain, magnesium sulfate 18x24x14cm

ON THE SURFACE 03/b 3D print, plastic 11x22x8cm


ON THE SURFACE 2017

ON THE SURFACE 04/a porcelain, aluminium sulfate 15x8x5cm

ON THE SURFACE 04/b 3D print, plastic 16x5x4cm ON THE SURFACE 02/a porcelain, aluminium sulfate, chalk


GENERATION WASH 2016

GENERATION WASH 01 porcelain, aluminium sulfate, graphite 10x17x8cm

GENERATION WASH 03 porcelain, magnesium sulfate, graphite 20x12x10cm


IMPOSSIBLE BOTTLES 2016

IMPOSSIBLE BOTTLES 01 IMPOSSIBLE BOTTLES 02

bottles, mirror

bottle aluminium

8x15x4cm each

30x8x8cm


works 2015

WAR AND PEACE found objects, iron, wood 25x25x55cm


works 2015

SNAKE tie,wire 25x25x55cm

MOBIUS tie,plastic 25x25x55cm


GENERAL GOAL FEAST 2015

GENERAL GOAL FEAST CONCRETE 35X35X50cm

GENERAL GOAL FEAST CONCRETE 25X25X25cm


GENERAL GOAL FEAST 2015

GENERAL GOAL FEAST barrel, leflector 58x80x54cm

GENERAL GOAL FEAST aluminium, zinc 43x53x32cm


GENERAL GOAL FEAST 2015

GENERAL GOAL FEAST 07

leather, plastic 25x25x25cm

GENERAL GOAL FEAST 02

leather,wood

34x20x11cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

„I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN” - Solo exhibition INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART –DUNAÚJVÁROS, 2014 Diogenes the antique philosopher used to run on the sunshiny streets with a lamp screeming „I am looking for a human!” The visitors of the exhibition at the Institue of Contemporary Art in Dunaújváros do not have an easy task to find a human, either. A number of signs refer to the nearness of the ones who assign a geometrical form to an ideology, or moralize with an imaginary tale creating a whole story from it – so of those whom the philosopher walked past with a steady face. But the only thing that can be stated about the man hiding in the world of mechanical flowers opening as ex-symbols and animal figures free from the ballast of edification, is that he has an excellent sense of humour. /Tamás Fehérvári /


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014 DIOGENES’S LAMP

candle, binoculars 35x25x20

GOOD INTENT found object, iron, water, glass 35x15x10cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

PILLOW FIGHT pillow,feather,glue dimensions variable


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

MIGRATION 3 plastic, painted circket 60x43x7cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

MIGRATION 4 plastic, painted circket 60x43x7cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

BETTER FUTURE 1. paint, sickle, scythe, hammer, axe 600x300cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

SPRINGTIME 3 ( kinetic sculpture) plastic, wood, aluminium, electric motor, etc. 40x40x40cm

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Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014 SPRINGTIME 4 ( kinetic sculpture) plastic, wood, aluminium, electric motor, etc.

40x40x40cm

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Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

SPRINGTIME 5 ( kinetic sculpture) plastic, wood, aluminium, electric motor, etc. 40x40x40cm

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Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

SPRINGTIME 6 ( kinetic sculpture) plastic, wood, aluminium, electric motor, etc.

40x40x40cm

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Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

FLOWER 5. (scanimation picture) plastic, wood, C- print 90x60x16 cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

FLOWER 6 (scanimation picture) plastic, wood, C-print 90x60x16cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014 THE COLOSSAL HUNGARIAN RAY iron, wood, plastic, cable, bulb, cowhide, pigskin, antler, saman drum dimensions variable


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014 STUDENT (kinetic installation) coated steel, iron, plastic, electric motor, etc.

200x100x30cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

PROLIFERATION plastic, iron, paper, C- print 90x160x60cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

GOLDEN TEAM wood, filc, leatherette 75x120x50cm


Exhibition view – „I AM LOOKING FOR A HUMAN”, 2014

TV BEAR (kinetic installation) wood, iron, plastic, electric motor, etc. dimensions variable

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Exhibition view – DOUBLE VISION, 2014

DOUBLE VISION – Solo exhibition acb Gallery - Budapest, 2014 A solo exhibition by Péter Szalay is presented at the acb Gallery for the second time. Double Vision can be regarded as a continuation of Szalay’s 2013 show entitled Residual Value. His work at the time reflected on the renovation of the gallery, turning the debris created during the construction process into artwork. The installations, the ironically stylized and polished small sculptures inspired by porcelain figurines featured at the present exhibition Double Vision hold a mirror to the new, “trendy and sterile” gallery space. Szalay approaches his subject with the usual varied use of media and characteristically biting humour. His grotesque creations not only bring into play the aesthetic quality of symmetry, but also criticize the “schizophrenic” state of Hungarian society, which has split in two of its own accord, and the country’s dysfunctional multi-party system. The exhibition is replete with the possibilities created by blurring the lines of ethnography, iconography and kitsch, guiding the viewer to the experience of indecision and a sense of it deepening into fate. /Zsuzsanna Kozák/


Exhibition view – DOUBLE VISION, 2014

DOUBLE VISION 02 painted plastic sculptures two copies, rorschach test cards 27x21x10cm

DOUBLE VISION 03 painted plastic sculptures two copies, rorschach test cards 15x37x8cm


Exhibition view – DOUBLE VISION, 2014

DOUBLE VISION 04 painted plastic sculptures two copies, rorschach test cards 21,5x11,5x7cm

DOUBLE VISION 05 painted plastic sculptures two copies, rorschach test cards 13x13x5,5


Exhibition view – DOUBLE VISION, 2014 DOUBLE VISION 06 C-print, mixed media 198x125cm, 68x63x37cm


WORKS 2014

SLANG 07 bagel, grater 25x8x5cm

Script on the grater is „FREE ARTISTS”, which is a group of artists in the Hungarian scene.


WORKS 2013

SLANG 04 bronze, limited edition 12x8x1cm Script on the plaquette is „Hungarian Academy of Arts� which is an institute that defines national art in the Hungarian scene.


WORKS 2013

SLANG 03 steering wheels 200x100x40cm


Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE – Solo exhibition acb attachment – Budapest, 2013 In the first exhibition held at acb attachment, Péter Szalay explores – and combines through recycling – tried and tested forms of preserving and presenting mementos and material remains. The representational techniques of institutions established with the aim of sustaining shared cultural memory and caring for its material remains, in turn, shape that memory. Péter Szalay, drawing on the techniques of presentation employed by museums of archaeology and ethnography, displays a fictitious set of architectural and material remains – construction debris left behind by the remodelling of acb Gallery – in an exhibition context. The building rubble created by torn down walls – building materials, architectural elements, discarded objects and their components – is exhibited as if it constituted a collection of related objects that surfaced during an archaeological excavation. Szalay arranges, groups and processes these elements, as a result of which these fictitious relics are placed on the walls, in the space, an in display cases, giving the impression of systematized orderliness and directed remembrance. /Orsolya Hegedüs/


Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE 01 fresnel lens,magnifier,wood,reverberator,trivet,ground plan phototype,building rubble dimensions variable


Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE 02 building rubble,parquet,electric motor,iron,wood dimensions variable

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Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE 03 wood,woodboring beetles,microphones,amplifier,headset,photo, (showcase) 80x60x100cm

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Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE 04 electric motor,stucco remains, (showcase) 90x70x50cm

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Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE 06 ground plan phototype,nail,screw,wall plug,building rubble,(frame) 90x75x10cm

RESIDUAL VALUE 05 exhibition opening photos,ground plan phototype,light switch,(frame) 80x70x10cm


Exhibition view- RESIDUAL VALUE, 2013

RESIDUAL VALUE 07 exhibition opening photos,building rubble,(frame) 8 pieces, ca. 30x25x5cm each


Exhibition view – TILL NOW EVERYTHING IS FINE, 2013

TILL NOW EVERYTHING IS FINE – Solo exhibition Art9 Gallery – Budapest, 2013 Péter Szalay in his solo-exhibition entitled Till Now Everything is Fine shows his most recent works. Seemingly these works appear in a fixed and peaceful position in the space, but actually they make various barely visible movements, showing up examples for foreseeable but not preventable processes. The exhibition focuses on this physical and psychical state before the moment of the bang, and analyses this sudden and unexpected moment by prolonging it.

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Exhibition view – TILL NOW EVERYTHING IS FINE, 2013

TABLE CLEANING clockworks,line,table,cover,cup,paint, dimensions variable


Exhibition view – TILL NOW EVERYTHING IS FINE, 2013

DRAWING MACHINE 1 - 3 clockworks,plexiglass, wood,paper,garphite 35x35x5cm


Exhibition view – TILL NOW EVERYTHING IS FINE, 2013

DRAWING MACHINE 4 - 6 clockworks,plexiglass, wood,line,paper,garphite 100x20x7cm


WORKS 2013

SLANG 01 spoon,crowbar 60x15x3cm


WORKS 2013

HAT hat,saw, 60x30cm


WORKS 2013

SUCKER found object, leather coat 140x70x24cm


WORKS 2013

LESS found object, iron 15x3x3cm

DING AN SICH copper 35x4x4cm


WORKS 2012

PATENT sickle, nightstick 60x52x3cm


WORKS 2012

JUNK-CLEARANCE found object, shutter, acrylic paint 113x90x18cm


WORKS 2012

DEAD OBJECTS 03 (changing of the guard) military boots, electric motor, aluminium, wood 50x50x50cm The boots are paddling impatiently waiting for the changing of the guard.

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WORKS 2012

DEAD OBJECTS 02 (sleeping DADA) found object, shoe box, plastic plate, dice, electric motor, transformer, zinc sheet, copper, aluminium, iron, tape, wood, cardboard, cable 34x24x15cm My work is a shoe box with the legend „DADA�, which produces voice and movement (it is snoring. The voice of breathing-in is a closure generated safely set up with a plastic plate used as membrane. By breathing-out, the lid of the box rises up, this movement is assured by a simple mechanic in the right time. By breathing-in, the standing of the dices alters because of the vibration, the new state comes into sight by breathing-out.

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WORKS 2012

DEAD OBJECTS 01 (echo) found object, concrete iron, electric motor, bearing, aluminium, wood 47x22x27cm My work consists of two parts, a concrete iron piece of the BĂŠcsi street and an electric motor collared on the wall. The electric motor pushes away the piece of concrete iron leaned against the wall once each minute, than it is falling back because of its weight. The iron works as a spring, one can hear a more and more weakening splatter as it is rebounding several times on the wall. The object touches the wall of the exhibition space, in which it slowly erodes a hole.

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WORKS 2012

GIFT FOR GRANDMA found object, glasses, glasses-case, dandelion 11,5x8x2,5cm


WORKS 2012

EXPANDER photo, tracing paper, wood, iron, rubber 40x10x5cm


WORKS 2012

SUDDENLY 02 creeper plant, electro-motor, line, plastic, tape dimensions variable I mounted an asymmetric disc onto the axle of the electric engine installed on the ceiling. This disc is responsible for animating the surrounding 12 plastic sheets. The plastic sheets and certain parts of the plant are connected with fishing-line.

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WORKS 2011

AUTOTROPHE found object, car tire, tape 70x34x24cm


WORKS 2011

PEDAGOGY found objects, carpet-beater, crucifix 70x22x7cm


WORKS 2012

SIXTH FINGER pork bone


WORKS 2011

SHARK found object, saw, line, reverberator 70x110x30


WORKS 2011

STATIC TIME found object, clockwork, iron 34x30x15cm Mechanical clockwork standing on its hour, minute and second hands. The clockwork turns around the axle of its hand.


WORKS 2011

MADE IN 3D-print (plastic) 70x55x50mm


WORKS 2010 JUST DO IT wood,plastic,aluminium,copper,iron,steel,cable,electric motor,transzformer,switch,bowden,kevlar line,C-print on canavas etc... dimensions variable The installation has two parts, one located in the floor, and a printed canvas put on the wall. The machine make pushups, by a bowden cable fixed on the motor placed behind the picture. In the picture there is Arnold Schwarzenegger, governor of California. In situation of exhibition, the motion sencor built in the picture make working the motor, and the mashine start to move.

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WORKS 2010

GRAVITATIONAL POWER PLANT ( feasibility study 01. ) dimensions variable wood,iron,magnet 200x200x140cm Made up of four three-legged structures, the installation is held in stable position by gravity. They are interdependent, though there is no physical contact, thanks to the repulsive force of the magnets installed on them. The forces holding together the pairs of these structures are imperceptible to the naked eye. The members of Pair 1 are completely interdependent – removing one of the items will cause both of them to collapse while one of the members making up Pair 2 is stable and the other item is leaning against it, tilted beyond its point of equilibrium.


WORKS 2010

AUTOTROPH found object,soap,photo 7,3x5x1cm


WORKS 2010

ALTERNATE ENERGY SOURCE 02 icon, paper, bakelite, tin,cable, led, micro-swichgear 11x6x1cm


WORKS 2010 15 photo


WORKS 2010

UNINSTALL WINDOWS video 6min I took a photo made of a panel building and used it as a basis for my animation. One by one, I removed the windows of the building by retouching. On the resulting series of photos, the building slowly runs out of windows and then finally even the one opening on the view itself disappears.

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WORKS 2009

MASK found object, stainless steel hubcap 55x42x25cm


WORKS 2009

MADE IN cardboard,wood,film 160x200x150cm


WORKS 2009

ALTERNATE ENERGY SOURCE icon, cable, pincer, copper, aluminium, rubber, plexi, convex lens, micro-swichgear, condenser, transformer, photoflash 150x154x25cm The installation consists of two parts: an energy source (icon) and a consumer (black box). The consumer latches on with suctioncups and pincers to certain parts of the energy source. As far as the visitor follows the steps framed in the instructions, the consumer transforms the sacred energy stored in the energy source into a single beefy visual sign (flashlight).


WORKS 2009

TO EAT photo dimensions variable


WORKS 2008

LIBERO ARBITRIO wood,window,electric engine,solarcell,wire,paper,line,lightblub,porcelane,cable 120x120x50cm The intallation is made up of six parts that are hung from the ceiling in the exhibition room. The light of the blub on the bottom square make the solar cells in the opposite upper square drive an eletric engine. The piece of paper joined to the wireon the electric engine imitates a moth circling a flame. My work is an open cube, the sides of which are old windows.

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