csilla klenyanszki

csilla klenyanszki to make a time

source: klenyanszki
“To make time” deals with the passage of time, not just as a symbol or an idea, but as a subjective experience; I need to find time to make time. Making times takes time.

The work is based on 12 physically and mentally challenging – one hour – performances which capture my struggle with time, while mechanically making it. The physical body – the right leg used as the minute arm, and the left leg as the hour arm of a clock – shows the passage of time, transforming every single minute into a new posture. 720 different positions are building up the 12 hour clock. To make the work I am literally racing against my own biological clock, as the performer needs to be relatively young to full fill the choreography.

“to make time” was made during – a self-founded – residency, called Mothers in Arts and it was supported by the Mondriaan Fonds.

The work is part of a series of exercises that test my capability for creating order and finding harmony. These exercises, called “Flexible hours” deal with different forms of time-based balance, while exploring my mental and physical equilibrium.

About Artist: A search for balance with a problem solving attitude characterises my work. Within my current practice I carefully examine and deconstruct personal – but universally known – challenges such as parenthood, gender, and the malleability of self identity through the passage of time. Works, such as “Pillars of home”, “to make time”, “House/hold” or the “Mothers in Arts Residency” aim to give solutions that range from the practical to the absurd.

Although my approach is analytic, the nature of the work is highly playful and experimental. To give a new perspective I often play with the borders of nonsense with a constant attraction to physical and mental tension.
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source: photogrist
Csilla Klenyánszki is a talented photographer and artist, who was born in 1986 in Budapest, Hungary and currently based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Csilla creates still-life photographs by building teetering constructions that hang together just long enough for her to photograph them. She usually thinks in images and is constantly looking for hidden possibilities.
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source: clikclkfr
Il y a un peu plus d’un an nous avions publié un extrait de la série X MARKS THE SPOT,
réalisée par Csilla Klenyánszki, jeune photographe hongroise.
Sa nouvelle série s’intitule GOOD LUCK. Bonne chance pour réussir à faire tenir en équilibre un œuf sur trois épingles, elles-mêmes fixées sur un jeu de carte, lui-même instable sur un bord de table. Csilla y arrive sans artifice et non sans talent.
Chaque chose à sa place, une place pour chaque chose.
On ne sait pas pour combien de temps, mais à l’instant du clic, rien ne bouge.
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source: doctorojiplatico
“Trato de abordar mi trabajo como lo haría un niño, sin ningún prejuicio y con los ojos completamente abiertos, sobre todo buscando posibilidades ocultas relacionadas con forma, función y mi propia fantasía. Me inspiro en mi casa y entorno, que se convierten en un patio de recreo. Me gusta trabajar con objetos comunes, descubriendo sus posibilidades, y dándoles una nueva función. El objetivo final es crear una imagen, inusual, pero familiar al mismo tiempo.” Csilla Klenyánszki, nacida en Budapest y criada en Vác, Hungria, que en la actualidad reside en Rotterdam, Holanda.