Place of Birth: Nyíregyháza, Hungary
Date of Birth: 26.03.1968.
1982 - 1986 Kossuth Lajos Secondary Grammar School
Nyíregyháza, Hungary Graduate study
1987 - 1991 College of
Bachelor of Science
Art should make people conscious of unconscious things that may remain unconscious even consciously. The objctive of my art is some sort of status report. It is the current representation of states experienced as a necessity. Everything that happens to me and makes me percieve.*break*
The irrational reality my artwork present I wish to raise unconscious interest in areas of the mode
art. I offer a sort of ‘literacy’ to the recipient with a degree of interactivity that expects the spectators be active: it will not let them become absorbed passively in the view, but will force them think.
The process of my artwork is a „war” of ideas, it is a constant and unsolvable conflict within me, during which layers appear and disappear on my canvas representing different atmospheres. Creation is not a linear process, instead a mixture of signs, symbols and atmospheres unbound of time.
I exclude and discard the surface, the didactic elements of the consumer society from the monotonous urban background noise, and through further analysis of the visual details of the mapped reality I put the emphasis on the basic symbols which are characterized by simultaneity and malleability.
According to my world view attitude of mind the human being is not in Nothing and not in Information but jammed in between them in the state what we call Noise i.e. in the stream of not apprehended background messages totally disturbing the substantive inquiry. At the moment of conceiving of the pictures the substantial ultimate experience is the info Noise that overwrites the physical reality in the imagination, and then it creates trauma during the process of perception. The trauma tosses towards two ways: on one pole it points towards destruction, and on the other pole it points towards the formed creativity. The possible messages can be drafted along this duality, and these messages carry the contents of the communicative entities.