It's an average day in downtown Szentendre. In the attic of the museum of the famous painter Jenő Barcsay. The noise of tourists and caterers filters through. The wooden circular saw rotates in the light falling from the old roof. For me, this situation reflects the state between permanence and passing away.
As a conservator, I am in daily contact with the passage of time.
In my opinion the age of hand-tools predicted a sustainable future, however, industrialisation exploits our energy resources in a growing extent. The enlarged versions of these tools appear in my works, in a self-reflective way, creating a material role-exchange, communicating the disintegration of proportions and balance.