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The Desirevirus catches on by visuality.
Smaller than a bacteria and only able to reproduce in a living cell, this virus is a simple structure. 
Even so, I believe that humanity would be way less privileged if it didn’t exist. As we can thank the virus for being able to fall in love, the fact that our desire can live in harmony with nature and that we try again and again to become better people.
At least but not last in this difficult time the Covid 19 virus makes distance between us but this one somehow brings us closer!
Properly speaking, we can thank it for the illusion, that there is always a reason to wake up again.
The Desirevirus catches on by visuality.
Smaller than a bacteria and only able to reproduce in a living cell, this virus is a simple structure. 
Even so, I believe that humanity would be way less privileged if it didn’t exist. As we can thank the virus for being able to fall in love, the fact that our desire can live in harmony with nature and that we try again and again to become better people.
At least but not last in this difficult time the Covid 19 virus makes distance between us but this one somehow brings us closer!
Properly speaking, we can thank it for the illusion, that there is always a reason to wake up again.
The Desirevirus catches on by visuality.
Smaller than a bacteria and only able to reproduce in a living cell, this virus is a simple structure. 
Even so, I believe that humanity would be way less privileged if it didn’t exist. As we can thank the virus for being able to fall in love, the fact that our desire can live in harmony with nature and that we try again and again to become better people.
At least but not last in this difficult time the Covid 19 virus makes distance between us but this one somehow brings us closer!
Properly speaking, we can thank it for the illusion, that there is always a reason to wake up again.
The Desirevirus catches on by visuality.
Smaller than a bacteria and only able to reproduce in a living cell, this virus is a simple structure. 
Even so, I believe that humanity would be way less privileged if it didn’t exist. As we can thank the virus for being able to fall in love, the fact that our desire can live in harmony with nature and that we try again and again to become better people.
At least but not last in this difficult time the Covid 19 virus makes distance between us but this one somehow brings us closer!
Properly speaking, we can thank it for the illusion, that there is always a reason to wake up again.
The Desirevirus catches on by visuality.
Smaller than a bacteria and only able to reproduce in a living cell, this virus is a simple structure. 
Even so, I believe that humanity would be way less privileged if it didn’t exist. As we can thank the virus for being able to fall in love, the fact that our desire can live in harmony with nature and that we try again and again to become better people.
At least but not last in this difficult time the Covid 19 virus makes distance between us but this one somehow brings us closer!
Properly speaking, we can thank it for the illusion, that there is always a reason to wake up again.
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Desirevirus Sculpture

Laszlo Nemeth

Greece

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Size: 10.2 W x 8.7 H x 5.5 D in

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The Desirevirus catches on by visuality. Smaller than a bacteria and only able to reproduce in a living cell, this virus is a simple structure. Even so, I believe that humanity would be way less privileged if it didn’t exist. As we can thank the virus for being able to fall in love, the fact that our desire can live in harmony with nature and that we try again and again to become better people. At least but not last in this difficult time the Covid 19 virus makes distance between us but this one somehow brings us closer! Properly speaking, we can thank it for the illusion, that there is always a reason to wake up again.

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Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

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Size:10.2 W x 8.7 H x 5.5 D in

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Laszlo Nemeth is a Hungarian artist whose ceramic sculptures simultaneously unsettle, provoke, intrigue and amuse. Some present an apparent conflict of the macabre and comedic, others imply an undercurrent of political unrest. In most it is the sometimes blatant eroticism that can be disturbing (deliciously so or threatening being in the eye of the viewer alone), yet within these pieces are delicate points of connectedness, an energy of tentative inquisitive tenderness. In his sculpture Nemeth is constantly exploring cellular memory and the interrelatedness between a species' stubbornness to survive and society’s willingness to evolve versus its inertia. He works to express the conflicts between man’s desire for freedom and our desire for union, to understand how we are conceived as utterly unique individuals yet are all one people, to reconcile the individual’s lustful desire and our quest for love. Nemeth was born in Russian-occupied Hungary in 1965, the ‘Iron Curtain’ era of austerity and little or no access to western culture. A self-proclaimed rebel he shunned the confines of the Communist state education system, choosing to satisfy his curiosity for learning with books, especially on physics, evolution and genetics. From the latter would emerge the personal repertoire of his artwork’s motifs, shaped in part perhaps by the stark graphic styles of the Eastern bloc. In his village exposure to art had been minimal and art education nonexistent; in 1992 none of that was to matter. The Communist regime had collapsed and the last Russian troops were leaving Hungary. Doors to the West were open and new opportunities for self-expression available. Out of curiosity, at age 27 Nemeth enrolled in a 2 year part time ceramics course whose instructors included Zsuzsa Fuzesi, Peter Korompai and Tamas Szarka. “The moment I touched clay” he says "the effect on me was so strong that I knew it would forever be a part of my life". A visit that same year to Venice’s Guggenheim proved that his imagination need have no bounds, and with a distinctive personal vocabulary waiting to be translated into art, his work was quickly embraced by an emerging Hungarian art scene.

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