ZSUZSI CSISZER

Жужи Цизер

Passage

source: mymodernmet

Hungarian artist Zsuzsi Csiszer’s installation titled Átjárás, which translates as Passage, features half of a train car bursting through the floor in the Templespace of Museum Kiscell. The site-specific work brings many thoughts and questions to mind due to its large scale and unusual location within an 18th century temple hall. The life-size sculptural installation leads one to believe that the carriage has inexplicably crashed into the ground.
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source: beautifuldecay

Artist Zsuzsi Csiszer’s installation may at first seem massively out of place. An actual subway car emerges out of the floor into the Museum Kiscelli in Budapest. It seems poised to make a stop and move on to its next otherworldly destination. The subway clearly references a journey – one of more significance than just from one neighborhood to another. More importantly perhaps, subway cars transport groups of people. Maybe it sounds cheesy, but the piece is similar to a larger journey we all make. One in which we share with various people who come and go.
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source: kulturologiaru

Венгерский художник Жужи Цизер (Zsuzsi Csiszer) решился на поступок, об осуществлении которого могут только грезить злодеи из бондианы. Он наполовину вогнал вагон поезда метрополитена в пол церкви, построенной в XVIII столетии, – и назвал это инсталляцией “Переезд”.