Zoltán Szegedy-Maszák & Márton Fernezelyi


𝐒𝐨𝐥𝐞 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐢𝐧𝐭 𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐤𝐬 2020




Exhibition opening:
8th Septembre 2020

7 PM
Artus – KAPCSOLÓTÉR

The exhibition will be opened by art historian Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák.


Co-Authors:
Richard ACZÉL, LANGH Róbert, LEPSÉNYI Imre, KAPPANYOS András, PETERNÁK Miklós
Co-Creator:
C³ Kulturális és Kommunikációs Központ Alapítvány

Zoltán Szegedy-Maszák and Márton Fernezelyi create media art installations together for 25 years now, many times involving co-creators into the work. Their artistic mindset is being renewed from time to time by cooperation and receiving various perspectives, areas of interest. This way of thinking has a significant influence on Szegedy-Maszák’s “sole” works too. The exhibition displays many of his rethought media installations created with other artists in the last 5 years. A lot of his new “sole” works will be presented along with the interactive installations created together with Márton Fernezelyi specifically for this event.


List of artworks:

1.
Richard ACZÉL – FERNEZELYI Márton – LANGH Róbert – SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán:
Smalltalk 2016: Hello Stranger!
Interaktív installáció / Interactive Installation, 2016/2020

2.
FERNEZELYI Márton – KAPPANYOS András – LEPSÉNYI Imre – SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán:
Instant Phono-Visual Poetrizator
Pseudo-Chaotic Datamaton, 2016-17

3.
FERNEZELYI Márton – PETERNÁK Miklós – SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán:
Egy kombinatorikus képtörténet / A Combinatorial History of Images
Interaktív installáció / Interactive Installation, 2018

4.
FERNEZELYI Márton – SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán:
Merengő / Pensieve
Interaktív zoetróp / Interactive Zoetrope
Interaktív installáció / Interactive Installation, 2020

5.
SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán:
Nem látunk tisztán / We cannot See Clearly
Lentikuláris képsorozat / Series of Lenticular Pictures, 2018-2019

6.
SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán:
Nehezen olvasható művek / Hardly Readable Works
3 dimenziós képek / 3D pictures, 3d print, PLA, 2020


COVID-19

In view of the current situation, Artus is acting watchfully:

– disinfecting the seats, door handles and the toilets with extra care
– kindly asking you to keep the social distance during your visit.
– to protect others stay at home if you feel sick or do not feel well

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!