The fascinating mechanics of Attila Csörgo
Attila Csörgő was born in 1965 in Budapest, Hungary. He lives and works today in Poland, in Warsaw. At the frontier between art and science, the work of Attila Csörgő explores the formal possibilities arising from rudimentary scientific structures. Between pure craftsmanship and sophisticated constructions, the artist offers a decomplexed answer to the problems of applied mathematics, physics or geometry. Through art, it is science and its future that it interrogates, creating raw structures animated and with very graphic appearance that challenge the specter of the possible. The artist’s works are geometric and basic architectures to propose a simple and fascinating mechanics. With its sophisticated folds, hypnotic lights and impenetrable mechanics, Attila Csörgo raises an important question: what is the boundary between art and science? It seems to be very thin. Attila Csörgo attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest and studied at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. Her work has been exhibited at the Galerie der Genewart in Hamburg, MUDAM in Luxembourg and at the Domaine de Kerguéhennec in France.
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Le site d’Attila Csörgo: www.c3.hu