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Interview: Szűr-Szabó Edit

Interviews | March 18, 2019 |

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Interview: Szűr-Szabó Edit

Luca Curci talks with Szűr-Szabó Edit during CONTEMPORARY VENICE 2018 at Misericordia Archives.

“Life is a welldone yoga practice”
All my objects are an interior performance in its capacity of mode of introduction is, for me, the rethinking of my social behavior and sensitivity. When one enters space through any material, the main point is interaction and positive diverting, as a result. Mosaic objects and as well as the architectural stained glass, have, for thousands of years, made pointing, the holding force, impossible to be seen. Therefore, on my grout art objects mosaic is pushed into the background and grout begins taking on a life of its own. There is no and cannot be a route other than the way of melting into the big entirety of community through the tools of art. I have been interested in grout art interior performance since early 2015, this is why I am a founding member of the DOUBLE FACE F-Acts experimental art performance group, which is still waiting for its pushing to the entire worldwide presentation.

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Interview: Szűr-Szabó EditImage courtesy of Szűr-Szabó Edit

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Luca Curci – What is art for you?
Szűr-Szabó Edit – A way of communication.

LC – Which subject are you working on?
SSE – I guess nowadays the way of contemporary art changed a lot.Media installations, performances play a special main role to help people strengthening their mind to reach this very complicated area. As for me one part of my art activity follow this direction, as I have been collaborating with a contamporary artist ,Samir Sarkar from Colcata for 4 years. I create – as an inspiration – with his 31 drawings, there are several design ideas around.Probably one of our most exciting future project,entitled „5 oklok Tea”. This is a body language performance. Our aim is with this project to make a bridge between continents, have a „5 oklok Tea” with the world around.

LC – Where do you find your inspiration?
SSE – Inspirations find me, that’s it.                              g

LC – What is the most challenging part about creating your artwork?
SSE – Well,dare i state there are no challenges in creation, rather said there are hard difficulties to get them to the worldaround.

LC – We were attracted by your last artistic production has the artwork presented been created for the Festival or as a part of preexcisting work?
SSE  Intim meditation,my relax mosaic wellness creation was created to the respect of Venice. The inside space of it was created to the Festival in the organisation of ITSLIQUID GROUP. When I created the inside space of my artwork,it became a lucious monument of Venice.As for me the most mentionable remarque according to this fact, that my artwork formed since years as the ARCHIVI della MISERACORDIA during the centuries. That is the reason why that i believe my artwork found its place. In connecting with this fact i do believe things, people find themselves. Our only thing which we have to do relaxing,and following the breath of universe. Life is very easy the way like that. Life is a welldone yoga practice.

LC – Do you agree with our vision of art and what do you think about the theme of the Festival?
SSE – The highlight of the Festival i guess the performances.I find a close relation with the Carnival of Venice.As the exhibited artworks I think the most social fact in the curatorship of Luca Curci, that in his mind there are no bounderies. Thank you having the chance of being part of the Festival,which slowly moves from the exciting lagoons to the open waters…I adore it.!

                                 

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