2005, single-channel video installation, 1/8 sphere, plush surface, video projection, music
Projected on a convex surface, a solitary man walks across a meadow. The perspective opens up slowly, recovering hundreds of walkers streaming downhill. Seen from above the flow of the people resembles an organic creature descending on the green hillside. The continuous change of the perspective gives rhythm to space and time.
thanks to: Andrea Berg, Erika Deák
The work titled Contraction, whose installation also resembles a hillside or a magnified eye, is probably the most enigmatic piece of the exhibition. We see a green hillside from above, in wide shot. Suddenly, a man in a white T-shirt appears. A little later, some more people come…then even more and more. All of them wear a white T-shirt. They walk calmly – no haste. The viewer instinctively starts trying to find the explanations: Who are these people? Where do they come from? Where are they going? Why are they walking here? Why the white T-shirt? Is it a demonstration? A march? Why? The questions remain without an answer. (...)
Új Művészet, Budapest