| installation, stoneware
| photo by Renátó Molnár
The primary purpose of the project is to give the abstract forms an exact meaning. Usually, non-figurative works have a wide range meaning and content. In this work every abstract form is mapping a messaging process - the physical visualization of the relationship is manifested from the point of “unlock the phone” until the message is “sent for the selected person”. The series focuses on the contrast of touch-based, digitized, fast technique and the archaic, immobile, historical character of porcelain. The project deals with the theme of identity, fingerprint and the issue of uniqueness, through the common device of today's everyday communication.