Entropy & Cosmos

The Open Structure Art Society and the Vasarely Museum Budapest

cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition

Entropy & Cosmos

to the Vasarely Museum on 14th May 2022, 6 p.m.

(1033 Budapest, Szentlélek tér 6.)

Opening speeches by Dr. Ildiko Sipošová, Director of the Slovakian Cultural Institution in Budapest and

Pia Jardí

art historian, curator

EXHIBITING ARTISTS

Levente Bálványos | H • Maria Balážová | SK • Adriana Czernin | A • Viktor Hulík | SK • Peter Kogler | A Vera Molnár | H • Claus Prokop | A • György Varga | H • Hajnalka Tarr | H

CURATORS

Pia Jardí and Júlia N. Mészáros

The exhibition is open to the public daily with the exception of Mondays, until 21. August 2022, from 10.00 am to 6.00 p.m.

 

THE OPEN STRUCTURE ART SOCIETY

VASARELY MUSEUM BUDAPEST

 

THE EXHIBITION WAS REALIZED IN COOPERATION OF

A Nyílt Struktúrák Művészeti Egyesület (OSAS) és a budapesti Vasarely Múzeum meghívja Önt az 

Entrópia & Kozmosz 

című kiállítás megnyitására 

2022. május 14-én, 18 órára a Vasarely Múzeumba 

(1033 Budapest, Szentlélek tér 6.) 

A vendégeket köszönti: Dr. Ildiko Sipošová, a budapesti Szlovák kulturális Intézet igazgatója 

A kiállítást megnyitja: Pia Jardi művészettörténész, kurátor 

KIÁLLÍTÓ MŰVÉSZEK
Bálványos levente | H • Maria Balážová | Sk • Adriana Czernin | A • Viktor Hulík | Sk • Peter Kogler | A Vera Molnár | H • Claus Prokop | A • Varga György | H • Tarr Hajnalka | H 

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Pia Jardí és N. Mészáros Júlia 

A kiállítás megtekinthető: 2022. augusztus 31-ig, hétfő kivételével naponta 10-től 18 óráig 

 

EGYÜTTMŰKÖDŐ PARTNEREK: 

Entropy & Cosmos

Balance, symmetry, proportionality, harmony were concepts employed to refer to the beauty of a composition (pictorial, poetic, musical). These concepts were related to the idea that nature, in its boundlessness, was ruled by a necessary order. Below this universal order of things the human being was occupied, by means of science, with searching for the causes and explaining the consequences. 

Nowadays the perception of a stable physical-mathematical principle that explains and predicts the world has changed. Today ́s understanding is that the laws of nature underlie dynamic systems where a small change in the cause of a phenomenon is not proportional to its results, unpredictable and indeterminable. Balance, harmony – Order – are not necessarily opposed to the indeterminate, to chance: Chaos. There is a harmonious coexistence of Order and Chaos. 

Contemporary awareness, the way people understand their surroundings and their sense of beauty exhibit a tight relationship to this coexistence of Order and Chaos and in the contemporary artistic languages configurations and processes may be observed where, such as with the movement of the clouds or the rhythm of the sea waves within nature, combinations of Order and Chaos are present immanently. 

This analysis is not about aesthetics, nor will it attempt to interpret the works of the exhibition from a perspective of art history (opposing, for example, the discursive plurality of postmodernity to the univocal discourses of modernity). The task is to be able to explain these works – with their various languages and processes – on the basis of their compositions and to understand how within these compositions different manifestations of an established order (seriality, repetition, rhythm) coexist and to see how this is destabilized in some part like a cyclical fluctuation or as a result of a totally unexpected change (accidentalness, spontaneity of execution), showing more interest in the versatility of the proposals than in the search for a ruling principle. Pia Jardí