installation, flour, floor
2018, Budapest, Kunsthalle
cca 40 feet x 26 feet (12m x 8m)
This artwork is constructed from scattered flour onto the ground - as some other one before. Scattering flour onto the ground is a kind of provocative sacrifice.
I felt I have to represent human bodies by this vulnerable imaging method. Mostly the more human part of the body: the face.
Flour is a very modest material, just the opposite the mathematics, what is the other material - at least component - of the artwork. We can not live without each of them. Maybe we could, but didn't do.
Math is not as innocent, as it seemed in the high school book. Since it managed to embody as software and later software driven machinery, its future become visible.
We can not make much agains it, we gave our face to it. And now something brand new start to come into being.
At the firs glimpse the flour-scattered faces are very vulnerable. In fact their annihilaton, their distruption into full unrecognition is a hard work for many men.