Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 1, 2019, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm
Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 1, 2019, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm 
Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 2, 2019, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 3, 2019, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 7, 2019, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 60x90 cm Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 10, 2019, Acrylic paint on Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm
 
Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 11, 2019, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm  Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 12, 2020, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm   Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 19, 2020, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm  Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 20, 2020, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm Balazs Csizik, Synesthesia No. 21, 2020, Hahnemühle giclée, metallic baryt, dibond, 110x73 cm 

Ani Molnár


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1088 Budapest
 

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In his series 'Synesthesia', young Hungarian photographer Balazs Csizik (1987) observes the materiality of our built environment. The buildings and the surrounding spaces serve as a canvas, which is colored and shaped according to the dynamic range of the image. Csizik reflects on abstract photography, contemporary architecture and the tradition of constructivism and suprematism. Thus, the artist puts the Eastern-European phenomena of post-socialist visual culture in a different perspective.