Archimedean Point

I.M. Pei-designed contemporary art museum, MUDAM has a new solo exhibit, dubbed “Archimedean Point” featuring Hungarian artist Attila Csörgö. Csörgö work explores the intersection of science and art, where experiments turn the immaterial and unimagined into physical forms. Archimedes would be proud of Attila’s “designs” which are innovative sculptures based in science, physics and mathematics. “Archimedean Point” is curated by Kati Simon (Ludwig Múzeum Budapest). Photos are courtesy of MUDAM and Attila Csörgö.

Attila Csörgő : Spherical Vortex III/I, 1999-2002, Courtesy de l'artiste et Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin/Ljub, © Attila Csörgő

Attila Csörgő : Spherical Vortex III/I, 1999-2002, Courtesy de l'artiste et Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin/Ljub, © Attila Csörgő

 

 

Attila Csörgő : Solid of revolution (Glass), 1992, Public Foundation for Modern Art, Institute of Contemporary Art - Dunaújváros, © Attila Csörgő

Attila Csörgő : Solid of revolution (Glass), 1992, Public Foundation for Modern Art, Institute of Contemporary Art - Dunaújváros, © Attila Csörgő

 

 

Attila Csörgő : How to construct an orange, 1993-1994, Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, © Attila Csörgő

Attila Csörgő : How to construct an orange, 1993-1994, Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, © Attila Csörgő

 

 

Attila Csörgö : Hemisphère Sculpture

Attila Csörgö : Hemisphère Sculpture

 

What Others Are Saying

  1. sashaanawalt Oct 21, 2010 at 12:03 am

    So beautiful.

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