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Artist statement

In her solo exhibition at FUGA Gallery, Flóra Kőszeghy presents her works dealing with theoretical issues of architecture. The artist’s latest works reflect on the interaction between the parallel realities of virtual and physical space. She presents a new way of seeing through digital culture in large-scale oil paintings and installations that also represent the artist’s questions about scale. Kőszeghy’s architectural past and present is linked to virtual space, and her works therefore present an experience that is part of everyday life for her. In the relationship between the real and the unreal, the material and the immaterial, and the physical and the spiritual, the technological environment is of particular importance to the artist, represented through recurring motifs such as the car, the crane, the floating house and the various forms of cyborgs. These recurring elements all deal, in different ways, with the blurring of boundaries between man and technology, in which the issue of scale is highlighted.

Flóra Kőszeghy graduated as an architect and is the designer of several buildings and currently runs her own practice. Since 2015, her paintings and installations have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally. Her architectural and artistic practice is linked by the theory that accompanies her work. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Multidisciplinary Doctoral School of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, where her research topic is the relativization of scale through the interaction of virtual and physical space.

03 September 2023, 19:00
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Opening of the exhibition:
Brigitta Muladi, art historian, curator of the Ferenczy Museum Centre

The exhibition is open to the public:
13 September to 8 October 2023