oil on canvas | 180×150 cm | 2014
Graduated in 2014 as a painter at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts
I paint uninteresting or mundane details of my environment…
A multitude of ordinary, non-glaring, uninteresting details surround us and we don’t really observe them
When something not worthy of attention becomes the center of attention, it is possible to throw the viewer out of the context and we bring new values to the surface. What attracts me is the honesty in the everyday, puritan, non-inter- esting things. Such details are the innocent and inexorable evidences of reality.
I consider it important that these details are present without any interpretation and explanation, and that they remain independent of any forced denomination, or systematization, categorization.
In my painting-method I adhere to the optical verification of the ob- jects, for the viewer it should be unequivocal that he sees a detail of the reality.