left is right
sad is beautiful
enough said beautiful
I am working with feelings and thoughts transforming them into my work trying to capture what we are and our life in the state of betweenness.
Between something and nothing.
Using both of my hands to draw or paint I am between.
Standing between nothing and something.
I am looking at the head. Asking myself: “what is inside?” There are feelings, thoughts inside or nothing.
Outside is a consequence of inside and our perception. Inside is more important than outside.
I am travelling from outside into inside. It is a process, a journey.
In my work a simple line is not just a line, a simple form is not just a form they have a purpose.
They represent "what is inside".
Hungarian Zsolt Dudas draws from personal experience - something he has seen, read or touched to create an in-between space, overlap or cross-over; a profound experimental investigation to understand the nature of being and in the same time being in the body. He uses drawing and sculpture to support his painting to measure the body and explore its boundaries. His work is by turns dark, beautiful, melancholy, exquisite, tender and haunting - but always powerful.
it is not me. it is what i have seen. it is how i see. so it is me.
See for recent exhibitions at Lane House Arts