Football gate 01, 02, Drying rack 01, 02 - Substance series (2013 - 2022)

genre: photography series

dimensions: 2000 x 1500 mm

technique: digital image, silver gelatine on canvas

Installation atmosphere

artwork: Attic (Contemplation video series)

exhibition: Relative time

venue: Urania National Film Theater, Budapest

year: 2018

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Canal (2018)

genre: contemplative video series

duration: 09'59"

technique: HD video, stereo sound

aspect ratio: 9:16

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Artwork installation

artwork: Lakeside (Contemplative video series)

exhibition: Art Market Budapest

venue: Millenáris Park

year: 2017

Opening documentation

artwork: Artwork (2018)

exhibition: Outside the box

venue: MyMuseum Gallery, Budapest

year: 2017

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Artwork installation

artwork: Football gate No. 2. - Substance series (2013 - 2022)

exhibition: States of mind

venue: Pegazus Gallery, Szentbékálla, Hungary

year: 2017

Artwork (2016)

genre: contemplative video work in one cut

duration: 05'40"

technique: HD video, stereo sound

aspect ratio: 9:16

installation: Tünde Újszászi

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Reflections II. (2016)

genre: photography series

dimensions: 300 x 400 mm

technique: digital image, giclée print

wear design: Márta Kanics

Unfashioned (2015)

genre: conceptual fashion film

duration: 02'24"

technique: HD video, stereo sound

aspect ratio: 9:16

styling: Orsolya Poppre

make up: Dorka Keizer

hair: Ábel Telenkó at Close

model and voice: Zsani Őze

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Difference (2015)

genre: contemplative video series

duration: 11'32"

technique: HD video, stereo sound

aspect ratio: 9:16

Video work made to accompany the installation titled “Difference” by Tünde Újszászi. This work of fine art consists of two parts. The video first presents the six metres long wall, with the height of six and a half metres (with the suspension), made of Scots pine, and it then presents the part made of a hundred standalone elements. During the film, short excerpts from the detailed interview with the artists can be heard. The identical motto of the video and the installation is a quote from Béla Hamvas.

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