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Drawing, Ink on Paper
Size: 59.1 W x 78.7 H x 0.4 D in
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Gyula Sági graduated in Painting at the West Hungarian University in 2010. He lives and works in Berlin. Sagi's motifs and techniques are pure energy. He creates relying on his spiritual intuition. His repetitive structures focus on the inner structuring order of the all-embracing cosmos. After his studies, he practices bee-keeping and directly observed the intelligent, self-ordering and repetitive structures of nature. He uses structure which can be found in nature and he abstracts these to such a degree in which they could only be perceived at the level of signs. The common characteristic of every living structure is the repetitive nature of its visual signs such as DNA structures, hair, branches, etc. Repetition is the same at both micro and macro level. The artistic process is based on subconscious, dynamic and energetic gestures of abstract expressionism, but in a repetitively controlled way. He usually uses indigo ink on canvas, or paper as a medium of his artworks and concentrates on the pure structures of the things. His works are inspired by the movements of German New Expressionism and European Art Informel. On his current works a certain process could be perceived as his attention shifts from organic structures to geometric systems. The serial organic signs are becoming more and more geometric – his main interest lies in rhythm and energy as compositional elements like absence, intermission and caesura play an important role in them.
Drawing:Ink on Paper
Size:59.1 W x 78.7 H x 0.4 D in
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The work of Gyula Sági, a young Hungarian artist living and working in Berlin, attempts to synthesize geometric and gesture-based abstraction in his works. Mixing graphic and painting techniques, he works on paper with ink, pencil and acrylic. His large-scale works, using traditional techniques, are series of various form experiments. Inspired by the repetitive patterns of technology, digital mapping, charts and nature, he focuses on reduction and pure forms. The pieces in the Analog Noise series, which has been continuously expanding since 2016, are unique hand-drawn works that nevertheless evoke the imagery of electronic devices or computer-generated images, recalling basic forms of data visualisation, diagrams and graphs. Yet Sági does not completely exclude coincidence from the strict, mechanical compositional system of dense lines drawn with ink, which he creates according to simple algorithms: he also incorporates irregular gesture-like shapes that are randomly generated along the ink flowing ont he paper. The works are thus both extremely delicate, sensitive gesture "paintings" and, due to their repetitive technique, meditative tools for the artist. In the repetition of the lines, the coincidentally created inkstains create patterns reminiscent of written language, of machine code. Analogue hand drawing thus resembles scientific analysis, graph or spectrum analysis. Metaphorically, the artist's body functions as a highly sensitive instrument in the creative process, capable of capturing vibrations that only the most advanced technological tools can detect. Sági's creative work reflects a posthuman approach: his drawings can be analyses of radio signals from distant interstellar space, signals reflected from the surface of asteroids threatening Earth's civilisation, or seismographic analyses of the tectonic movements of our planet. Gyula Sági's heterogeneous works are not only inspired by the aforementioned digital visuality, but in some cases can also be interpreted as abstracted landscapes, thus simultaneously operating technological and natural associations. His unique works, which seek to renew the formal vocabulary of abstract art, raise questions about the increasing distance between human biengs and nature.
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