Month: May 2019

“In the spiritual center of Áron Majoros’s slightly stylizing, but always organic sculpting stands the fugacity of the human spirit, once revealing itself, other times hiding, perhaps never materializing…

The sensitively shaped, precious materials(the dissonant double of wood and metal)of his sculptures and their condensed, transcendent meanings lend them an almost sacred aura. In addition to unfolding the outer shell of the three-dimensional sculptures in the round, Majoros reveals and shapes the invisible interior of the sculpture with meticulous care in order to hide …

In collaboration with AQB -art quarter budapest, Spatial Sound Institute opens its doors for a two-day sound exhibition in 4DSOUND on 17-18th May

An evening listening program on Friday 17th May focuses on the role of hybrid, ambiguous spaces as a basis for an immersive experience, including works by Iannis Xenakis, Tiernan Cross, Maxime Gordon and Fraction. On Saturday 18th May we present ‘Compound Terrains’ by Tom Slater and Jeremy Keenan, an audiovisual work exploring hybrid spaces through …