Mátyás Fusz

  • Hungary (b. 1986 in Szekszárd)
  • Currently in Budapest, Hungary.


  • 2018

  • PE, 62 x 47 x 3 cm
  • 47.489460,19.064245,9.11.2017.12:37 - thumbnail 46.346684,18.707288,6.10.2017.11:54 - thumbnail 47.823966,19.046380,30.10.2017.21:27 - thumbnail 45.415645,18.750733,7.10.2017.14:11 - thumbnail 47.494198,19.058716,19.1.2018.12:58 - thumbnail 47.512640,19.071020,28.11.2017.15:47 - thumbnail 47.486204,19.070299,15.11.2017.12:23 - thumbnail

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    Similarity to Reality | 2018

My DLA research project and my recent paintings are about crowd visualisation from several points of view. In the abstract works of 2018 I let a real scenario of a case study form the composition instead of me, with the least subjective influence. The methodology is simple. I record the visible space, a square, a room around me in 360 degrees and the place of the people in it. This way of composition gives you a unique type of shaped picture that changes in every moment with every movement of the recorder. I record it like a visual diary, not just the space and the place of other people in that space but myself also. These strange shaped objects are like infographics, but they also working as abstract paintings. Anyone can decode them with the title, which is a sequence of numbers, coordinates and time, but they also working as abstract paintings.