Csilla Klenyánszki (1986) is a Hungarian artist living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
"My work is photography based. I approach everything as a child, without prejudice, with fully opened eyes. The work relays on common objects and by researching their unusual potential, I introduce a new function to them. A game with the laws of physics, kitchen chemistry and elementary school science experiments are involved during the process. A constant attraction to physical tension characterizes my work. The sets I create are often fragile and require intense concentration during build up. The work plays with the borders of non-sense, something that looks foolish at first, always finds its right place in the end. I am currently working on a project, "Pillars of Home", one hundred - 30 minutes long - balancing sculptures, which I am doing within An Artist Residency of Motherhood, initiated by the artists Lenka Clayton. These floor-to-ceiling constructions relay on their own inner stability while being framed only by the floor and the ceiling. The in situ installations are being made during my son's naps, when our home becomes a studio for no more than a half an hour."
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