In the course of the past years, I have developed a complex image creating process. At first glance, the visual world of these panel paintings invoke the ambivalent nature of the human-made world – its everyday homelike feel and its simultaneous, amazement worthy theatrical foreignness, and, through this, the world of utopias.
In contrast to my earlier paintings, which depicted Andrássy Avenue and Oktogon Square, in my latest works, it is no longer simple to determine where and when the film-like scenes are taking place. Vienna, London, Rome – or Budapest. In the eighties, nineties or the day after tomorrow?
The world I create is like the colorful patina of an imagined city (which demands that I do, indeed, live and spend a fragment of my life there). To avoid misunderstandings: the subject of my exploration is the manner in which the survivors of the metropolises of technicolor-like decay live their lives, day after day.