Labyrinth broken-​spaces

Labyrinth

The Labyrinth is the place, the time where and when we lost our way. After fight­ing in the bro­ken and threat­en­ing space, we are helped and we escape. Shall we get revenge, or only fall into oblivion?

among-​frames

Frames on the seashore

Bound reed­frames on the seeshore you may see them through a win­dow in a very thick wall. The win­dow became greater and greater, then again smaller and at last trans­par­ent, then we can look at the whole site. The fate of the frames are com­mon because they are bound together.

mir­ror

Water-​Stone

The power of water breaks the stones into small pieces, and than the same power orders the pieces into reg­u­lar struc­tures again and again.

dance-​of-​light

Lights in darkness

This video shows the Light of the Sun com­ing through an always mov­ing, wind­blown veil. The Light trans­forms the Dark­ness around. Clear­ing the Dimness.

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Faces

Faces — side by side, fac­ing one another, closed to each another, bound or sup­ported by their frames.

Between Shad­ows shadow

Between Shadows

The Sun cuts by a great scis­sors
the Shad­ows, to have shorter forms
and zigzags such an exact way
that every­thing has proper shade”
AGNES NEMES NAGY: NOON (detail)

mir­ror

Spe­cial Mirror

A world, we can never step in. Some­times more beau­ti­ful, more attrac­tive or more threat­en­ing than the every­day views.

bound-​objects

Reed Package

The dead reeds cre­ates pack­ages by the wav­ing water around. The water thrown it to the shore. I fixed together this small pack­age not to loose each other. The next sum­mer I car­ried them to another lakeshore and send them back as a new bee­ing to the free existence.

dance-​of-​light

Light in Darkness

Up the Sky,
Down the Shade
Up the Shade,
Down the Sky
Wing of bird,
Like Arch of Lack
Between”
SÁN­DOR WEÖRES: UP AND DOWN

Spaces on water broken-​spaces

Spaces on water

The black plas­tic veil fol­lows the form, the waves of the water, cre­at­ing fan­tas­tic sur­faces. The wooden frame helps or con­tra­dict the power of the veil and the vawes dur­ing the long hours of the late afternoon.

bound-​objects

Bronze Bounds

Cords in their orig­i­nal con­di­tion and casted in bronze shows their oppo­site qual­ity. These chang­ing fea­tures cre­ate quite new possibilities.

tran­si­tions

Metamorphosis

These stat­ues are unmo­bile, but their forms grasps the moment of tran­si­tion from one state to another one.

shout

Refugee

I think at the moment the most charecter­is­tic human fig­ure is the refugee. Var­i­ous places, but the same con­di­tions. With­out a place, with­out safety, with­out shel­ter. To escape is a gen­eral act.

bound-​objects

Tied

Con­crete ele­ments endan­ger their envi­ron­ment. Where they are tied together it might cause a tem­po­rary equilibrium.

broken-​spaces

Bro­ken Spaces

Bro­ken spaces, frag­ments are reminder of a once exist­ing completness.

med­i­ta­tion

Inner Road

Every Per­son has an Inner Road. As many per­son, as many roads. We can choose, we can change, it depends on us, what kind of Road is it.

broken-​spaces

Crown and Sword

Crown and Sword — sym­bols of might. These instal­la­tion shows it from the other point of view. Where might causes suf­fer­ing, degra­da­tion, defenclessness.

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Reed Frames

Reed Frames on var­i­ous sur­faces, chang­ing impor­tance, chang­ing meaning…

Shout shout

Shout

It’s not me who cries, the Earth is clut­ter­ing,
Atten­tion, atten­tion, the Devil went mad…”
ATTILA JÓZSEF: IT’S NOT ME WHO CRIES (detail)

I was car­ry­ing stat­ues on the river…

- Agnes Nemes Nagy
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Frames on the shore

Frame tran­si­tion by the waves of the see.

among-​frames

Reeds in the wood

These reed forms and frames are first totally alien in the wood. They appeal our atten­tion first to itself, later on the sur­round­ing. After a long time these marks become part of the wood. They loose their colours, their rigid forms, last nearly all of their mate­ria as well.

Awak­en­ing living-​spaces

Awakening

Con­di­tion of the Soul in an always chan­ing process…

med­i­ta­tion

Triptichon

Three per­sons, almost the same. I’m look­ing for the traces of faces.

Bud­dha shad­ows med­i­ta­tion

Bud­dha shadows

Still stat­ues and always mov­ing shad­ows. The shad­ows give life to the space of the objects.

among-​frames

Among frames

Frames made of reed. To select, to emph­e­size some­thing in our envi­ron­ment. Rela­tion­ship with each other, and with the act, or sit­u­a­tion inside or out­side them.

med­i­ta­tion

East — West

Med­i­ta­tion is a turn­ing point between dif­fer­ent worlds, con­di­tions, thoughts, structures.

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Thorny Road

Our hand grasps the pos­si­bil­i­ties and accord­ingly has an action. Every action becames deeds and deeds let traces on the hand. The traces cre­ates thorns, around them run the line of life, actu­ally our c.v.

Dance of water I. dance-​of-​light

Dance of water I.

Sparkling lights move as rain on the sur­face of the water of the Lake.

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Dance and Light

The space of the Dance is full of lights, move­ments. It can be empty and at the same time full of strenght.

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Dance of water II.

Sparkling lights on the ever­mov­ing sur­face of the lake. They shows the chang­ing space and chang­ing mood.

mir­ror

Mir­ror in boats

This mir­ror in the boats reflects the clouds of the sky and the always mov­ing water inside. The boat becomes part of the world above, the height and the depth.

tran­si­tions

Funeral

We are made of soil and we are going to go back and beyond.

Empty spaces have a struc­ture among-​frames

Empty spaces have a structure

Empty spaces always have a hid­den struc­ture. More­over, these spaces are filled with energy that becomes vis­i­ble when some­one is ready to perceive.

tran­si­tions

Rhythms

The rhythm of inner states and con­di­tions dur­ing a sum­mer symposia.

tran­si­tions

Bardo

Tran­si­tional place between life and death, death and life. It may mean the always chang­ing process, tran­si­tion from a life con­di­tion to another.

living-​spaces

Vernissage

Open­ing an exhi­bi­tion, open­ing some­thing new. Full of lights, colours, hopes, excite­ment and meetings.