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ÉLEK, EDGES OF LIFE


[ˈEːLƐK] AN EQUIVOCAL HUNGARIAN WORD.


1. ÉLEK [ˈEːLƐK], VERB. TO LIVE: TO BE ALIVE; OR TO HAVE LIFE. FIRST PERSON SINGULAR OF THE VERB ÉL [ˈEːL]. I LIVE.


2. ÉLEK [ˈEːLƐK], NOUN. PLURAL OF THE WORD ÉL [ˈEːL]. AND IT CAN ALSO BE TRANSLATED AS EDGE: THE OUTER OR  FARTHEST POINT OF

SOMETHING, THE SIDE OF A BLADE THAT CUTS, OR ANY SHARP PART OF AN OBJECT THAT COULD CUT. 

CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAHER SÁRA SEBESTYÉN ARTICULATES THE  VARIOUS MEANINGS OF THE WORD ÉLEK TROUGH THE LANGUAGE OF CONSTRUCTIVE, GEOMETRIC ART THAT MARKS HER WORKS.