In the exhibition Remix 3: Light & Shadow, two artists from Hungary are re-invited, who lived and worked for several months at the Schafhof in 2009 and 2015, respectively, as part of the European Art Fellowship of the District of Upper Bavaria. The monochrome pictorial reliefs by Barbara Nagy are in dialogue with the shadow sculptures by the sculptor Ádám Szabó.
9 July ‒ 25 September, 2022: Exhibition
Opening Hours: Tuesday ‒ Saturday 2 ‒ 7 pm, Sunday and holidays 10 am ‒ 7 pm
Born 1976 in Szentendre/Ungarn, llives and works in Szentende
Engraved wooden boards deal with the philosophical as well as concrete, physical role of light and how it changes. The depth and angle of the cuts and the black-monochrome, painted surfaces allow us to follow the “movement” of light.
Born 1972 in Budapest, lives and works in Budapest
Ádám Szabó’s installations, sculptures, and animations are consistently about sculptural process. Primary concerns are shadows: if light sources and objects are removed, only shadows remain as reminders of the original situation..