ART, RESEARCH, THEORY
Field Trip #13 with Csilla Klenyánszki, Hungary
Tuesday, 1st of November / 10am - 1pm
Csilla Klenyánszki (1986) is a Hungarian artist living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
"My work is photography based. 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. These 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."
Guus Trestorffstraat 10
1063 VM Amsterdam
From Amsterdam Sloterdijk: 15 minute walk, by bike (OV fiets) 6 minutes.
From Amsterdam Centraal: Bus 21 (direction Geuzenveld) to Burgemeester Fockstraat, 3 minute walk
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Spaces are limited.