Cutting And Folding Paper

ASSEMBLING PAPER SCULPTURES The lockdown, everyone has his or her story. Mine is mostly made of paper. During these stay-at-home days in my 3d floor apartment, I obviously couldn’t cast concrete, so I had to find other ways to keep active. I’ve had these thoughts for a while about using other materials. I’ve always liked […]

How I Cast Concrete

THE BASIC TECHNIQUES FOR CASTING CONCRETE Many people ask me questions about how I make my sculptures, so I thought I’d start a post about the process. I will update it from time to time so please leave all your thoughts and questions in the Comments section at the end. Important disclaimer:In no way I […]

Learning from Mistakes

Worn out cubic concrete sculpture

Hit and Miss My practice and techniques evolved over time and along the way I had hits and misses. Sometimes the objects just ended up in the dumpsters, but in other occasions the unexpected results were actually nice surprises. Unfortunately, in most of these cases the happy mistakes were impossible to reproduce. Mistakes are good […]

Szigetmonostor Symposium

CONCRETE ART WORKSHOP Monostori Művésztelep – BetonművészetJuly 15th – 29th 2019 In the summer of 2019, I had the privilege of being invited to participate in a two-week symposium and art residency focused entirely on concrete, alongside eight other artists. It was located in the small village of Szigetmonostor, on Szentendre Island, just outside of […]

Concrete Genesis

THE FIRST BAG OF CONCRETE As time goes, memories fade away. When and why exactly did I get my first bag of concrete? I can’t tell for sure, but it was around 2014. Among many things, I remember that I was looking for a cheaper and more accessible alternative to casting metal, which I was […]