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(26 – 30 March 2021)

 

"The initial idea for the Transparency series came from a visceral inner vision. When I closed my eyes and immersed in the darkness of this experience I saw a very thick colour field. I wanted to visualise and consequently hide this abstract image. Colours underneath the white, imprints, layers. An attempt to preserve the layers of the past in the present." (Tünde Újszászi, 2021)

In her oeuvre, Újszászi explores the topics of the illusion of permanence and the ever-changing nature of all our surroundings. She examines them through large-scale, woven installations and series of paintings.
Újszászi’s primary inspiration is the material itself and the possibilities comprised in it. She is particularly intrigued by the process of creating forms and objects and the way in which these pieces occupy the space.
Using special weaving techniques and small canvas foldings, her installations works express the desire to preserve and to stop time, as a way to overcome her fears of the unknown and passing away.

 

artist's profile

(26 – 30 March 2021)

 

"The initial idea for the Transparency series came from a visceral inner vision. When I closed my eyes and immersed in the darkness of this experience I saw a very thick colour field. I wanted to visualise and consequently hide this abstract image. Colours underneath the white, imprints, layers. An attempt to preserve the layers of the past in the present." (Tünde Újszászi, 2021)

In her oeuvre, Újszászi explores the topics of the illusion of permanence and the ever-changing nature of all our surroundings. She examines them through large-scale, woven installations and series of paintings.
Újszászi’s primary inspiration is the material itself and the possibilities comprised in it. She is particularly intrigued by the process of creating forms and objects and the way in which these pieces occupy the space.
Using special weaving techniques and small canvas foldings, her installations works express the desire to preserve and to stop time, as a way to overcome her fears of the unknown and passing away.

 

artist's profile