Discreet Landscape, 2016
M21 Gallery, Pécs

In 2015 I went to study for 6 months at the École Supérieure d'Art in Aix-en-Provence, France. What I have experienced there deeply influenced me. Turning away from painting, I started to do sculptures and installations. I made Discreet Landscape there in Aix while taking part of a workshop with the sculptor Pierre Malphettes. Afterwards, Discreet Landscape became my diplome work at University of Pécs back in Hungary. This piece also took part of a series called Variations for dive which includes drawings and other spacial works.

Discreet Landscape is a paper based work waving on the surface of a wall, moving continuously and creating tender connections within the room. The white waves are running into a black bowl of water standing as the very centre of the object. It becomes a passage point where the fragile folds dissolve in an endless dark reflection. The generated flows continue their way and pass through different fixed colored rings that embrace the overall movement, highlighting the blurred lines with their brilliance.

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