Horizont Gallery, Budapest —photo credit: Biro David
Vernissage: 05.10.2017 6PM
Opened by: Krisztián Puskár
…one, two, three animations – looped; and there is motion, fall, disappearance, splurge on them – with an endless repetition.
There is a roughly human-sized sculpture, relaxed comfortably between the videos;
with pert foot of his outstreched leg he holds a Laurel wreath while he points out the video of himself.
Flying ashes; trash can, graffiti, a broken pedestal.
“Method, History, Individual.
• An occupation, at the bottom or on the top of the social ranks
• determines a destiny (?)
• therefore a predictable way of being for a person who fills it
• and with strict peculiarity of privacy
• Structures of a defined family
• as in some cases
• structures of an institution created by the motions of history
• make it possible – in theory at least –
• for him to be able to foresee
• this stated way of his existence
• This destiny (?)
• which is (obviously?) going to be some sort of neurosis (for every child) growing up in a given environment”
/arbitrary highlights from Method, History, Individual. Selection of J-P. Sartre philosophical writings. Gondolat, Budapest, 1976. 289-290. p/