Koller Margit

szobrok, installációk, videók és fotók

Tag: contemporary art

Supersaturated Tincture

ephemeral installation, 2017 The installation contains three salt sculpture: one ear, one eye and one mouth, carved by salt blocks from the salt mine at Paraj. Its additional accessories are three plates with simple water in them. In the exhibition called Salt, at Kunstküche, Labor Gallery, Budapest ( http://artmagazin.hu/artmagazin_hirek/uj_kiallitohely_nyilik_a_laborban_.3798.html?pageid=119 ) I put these three salt sculptures

I Extinguish my Memories

site-specific videoinstallation, 2016-17 The retention, recollection and reinterpretation of our memories are the cornerstones of how our personalities evolve. Memories help us process our experiences, but if we relive them repeatedly, they lose their force and their significance. The video shows a path I often took as a child, a path down which I walked

Without Threshold

site-specific videoinstallation, 2015 mixed technic I made a door to copy its surrounding space and time as my diplomawork. It was located in the middle of a 10 x 10 x 10 meters big studio of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. The installation had two similar sides half opened. I used the opened parts

Times are Changing in my Window

site-specific videoinstallation, 2013-14 This video is one of my first videoinstallation’s documentation. I was shooting videos for 8 months from a fixed place at my university studio and then cut one video by these recordings with seven different layers. I projected it onto the 7 glazings of the window overlayed by paper then 7 different

Paramnesia – The Oppressiveness of the Irrepeatability of Perfection

The last group exhibition of the 6D group in 2017, Budapest Gallery. „Repetition and recollection are the same movement, except in opposite directions, for what is recollected has been, is repeated backward, whereas genuine repetition is recollected forward. Repetition, therefore, if it is possible, makes a person happy-assuming, of course, that he gives himself time