PHOTOGRAPHY

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GEOMETRY_POSITIVE

THERE IS A GREAT NUMBER OF DIFFERENT ATTITUDES AND APPROACHES IN FINE ART. CONCRETE ART AMONGST THEM COULD PERHAPS BE BEST CHARACTERIZED BY A CLEAR AND POSITIVE YET PLAYFUL WAY OF LOOKING AT THINGS. THAT APPROACH LEAVES PERSONAL NARRATIVES RATHER IN THE BACKGROUND AND CONCENTRATES UPON AND COMMUNICATES WITH ELEMENTS OF IMAGES AND FORMS. CONCRETE ART IS THE ART OF JOY. IT CANNOT BE ANYTHING ELSE AS IT IS INDEED A JOINT PLAYFUL EXPERIMENT BOTH FROM THE POSITION OF THE ARTIST AND THE VIEWER. THE THREE ARTISTS PRESENTED AT THIS SHOW HAVE A COMMON ROOT FOR THEY ALL USE A CONCRETE-GEOMETRIC VISUAL LANGUAGE. THERE IS ONE MORE COMMON ELEMENT IN THEIR ART. IT IS THE USE OF RANDOMNESS. THAT, HOWEVER, MANIFESTS ITSELF DIFFERENTLY IN THEIR OUEVRES. THE MOST DIRECT PRESENCE OF RANDOMNESS IS IN ANDRAS WOLSKY’S WORKS AS THE PAINTINGS ARE CREATED BY GENERATED RANDOMNESS. SARA SEBESTYEN FOLLOWS THE PRINCIPLES OF A “READY MADE” COMBINED WITH “OBJET TROUVE” AS SHE PHOTOGRAPHS LIGHT-SHADOW-SURFACE- SPACE CONFIGURATIONS EXISTING IN REALITY BUT RANDOMLY FOUND. PETER BOTOS GLASS S CULPTURES OFFER DIFFERENT INTERPRETATIONS, FROM STRICT DETERMINISMS TO A RANDOM DISTRIBUTION OF LIGHT DEPENDING UPON THE ENVIRONMENT CHANGING THE COLOR FIELD IN SPACE AND TIME.

 

WOLSKY ANDRAS

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