09 FEBRUARY - 10 MARCH 2019

Michael Schultz Gallery, Berlin, Germany

The show explores the notion of identity through ones perception. Haunted by the absurdity and paradox of childhood experience of privilege as one of the special as “happy miracle children” of the Ceausescu’s dictatorship (for sharing the same birthday), and the perception of inferiority, through the political reality as a Hungarian minority in Romanian has shaped the artist’s perception of his identity as an adulthood.

In the works presented in this show we presented with aspects of the artist memory and perception of the world through notion of self / identity as a result of childhood memory and fantasy.

However, the subversion, observation and questioning of the communist ideology which conquered Eastern Europe is never lost in these works. Memory of the past (fact and semi-fictional), perception of the present and predicted the future combined through science fictional characters and giant machines, pointing to the ridiculous and absurdity of human actions.



©Sandor Sazsz Studio

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