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Between Spaces by Tim Udvardi-Lakos

Exhibition  /  03 Nov 2022  -  13 Nov 2022
Published: 17.10.2022
Between Spaces by Tim Udvardi-Lakos.
Atelier NONNE 11
Place
Nonnenbrücke 11
96047 -  Bamberg
GERMANY
Mail:
infoE-mailnonne-11-bamberg.de
infoE-mailnorakovats.com
Phone:
+49 (0)15256529936
Management:
Nora Kovats
Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Object: Wabi Sabi, 2021. 1 year of scrap materials.. 12 x 12 x 8 cm. Photo by: Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Vessel, annually since 2017.. Tim Udvardi-Lakos
Object: Wabi Sabi, 2021
1 year of scrap materials.
12 x 12 x 8 cm
Photo by: Tim Udvardi-Lakos
Vessel, annually since 2017.
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Intro
Tim Udvardi-Lakos’s work combines traditional craftsmanship with contemporary approaches in an attempt to express the unity of all being within the cosmos. He is inspired by his close observation of nature, and by philosophies that show the reality of passing life, such as the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi, as well as by Brutalism and Suprematism.

Artist list

Tim Udvardi-Lakos
In this exhibition, Tim Udvardi-Lakos' work ranges from figurative expression to pure abstraction. The focus is on the underlying immateriality of the pieces and their effect on the wearer. Tim is interested in exploring how jewellery may serve us to express ourselves, give a voice to personality and soul.


During an artist talk (Wednesday, 9th of November) we will delve deeper into the stories behind the maker and the making. You are invited to join this conversational format live at Atelier NONNE 11. Please keep in mind that places are limited.

 
  • Opening: Thursday 3rd of November 2022, 19.00h
  • Artist Talk: Wednesday 9th of November 2022, 20.00h
  • Finissage: Sunday 13th of November 2022, 16-20.00h
  • Opening times during exhibition week: Mon – Sat. 14-19.00h
Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Brooch: Praise of shadows, 2018. Silver and steel.. 7 x 7 x 4 cm. Photo by: Katharina Geier. Tim Udvardi-Lakos
Brooch: Praise of shadows, 2018
Silver and steel.
7 x 7 x 4 cm
Photo by: Katharina Geier
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Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Neckpiece: Capsule, 2022. Silver, paracord.. 2 x 2 x 8 cm. Photo by: Gilane Szalies. MA thesis 2022
. Jewellery for the psyche – designing body-related objects that strengthen mental health as companions in everyday life. The relationship between objects and the psyche is examined from the perspectives of psychology, symbolism, and design using design research methods. Jewelry not only serves to express identity but also becomes a talisman through its symbolic connections. This charge holds potential for the design of body-related objects. The result is silver capsules that offer space for beneficial objects and thoughts.. Tim Udvardi-Lakos
Neckpiece: Capsule, 2022
Silver, paracord.
2 x 2 x 8 cm
Photo by: Gilane Szalies
MA thesis 2022
Jewellery for the psyche – designing body-related objects that strengthen mental health as companions in everyday life. The relationship between objects and the psyche is examined from the perspectives of psychology, symbolism, and design using design research methods. Jewelry not only serves to express identity but also becomes a talisman through its symbolic connections. This charge holds potential for the design of body-related objects. The result is silver capsules that offer space for beneficial objects and thoughts.
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Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Ring: Rats!, 2017. Silver, precious stones.. 3 x 3 x 5 cm. Photo by: Paula Doyé. Tim Udvardi-Lakos
Ring: Rats!, 2017
Silver, precious stones.
3 x 3 x 5 cm
Photo by: Paula Doyé
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Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Brooch: Die Grenze zum Nichts (The Border to Nothingness), 2020. Silver, steel wire, powder lacquer.. 6 x 6 x 3 cm each. Serial number: 1/9. Photo by: Tim Udvardi-Lakos. Alternative view.The Border to Nothingness is a brooch series from 2020 containing nine jewels. Six pieces are still available of the sequence, each of them is unique in its lacquer-work. The brooches will be shown during the artist's coming exhibition Between Spaces in Bamberg, Germany.
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. The concept of the piece tells us that all is either developing from -or evolving into- nothingness. A flowing, eternal cycle of becoming and fading that has no ultimate finished state. But what happens on the brink to nothingness? On the edge to passing and fading? The examination of this subject and the questions that arise with it finds its narrative in the materialization and design of these nine brooches.
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. They evoke a consciousness for this cycle and the potential of nothingness in the bearer and the observer. The pieces are made of silver in the shape of a torus that embodies the ever-repeating cycle, with an empty centre that draws us in. A special manually applied lacquer technique gives great depth to the pieces and characterizes the thin border to the white silver - the nothingness. The deep black traces of being stain and cloud what lies beneath. / Tim Udvardi-Lakos
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Brooch: Die Grenze zum Nichts (The Border to Nothingness), 2020
Silver, steel wire, powder lacquer.
6 x 6 x 3 cm each
Serial number: 1/9
Photo by: Tim Udvardi-Lakos

Alternative view.
The Border to Nothingness is a brooch series from 2020 containing nine jewels. Six pieces are still available of the sequence, each of them is unique in its lacquer-work. The brooches will be shown during the artist's coming exhibition Between Spaces in Bamberg, Germany.


The concept of the piece tells us that all is either developing from -or evolving into- nothingness. A flowing, eternal cycle of becoming and fading that has no ultimate finished state. But what happens on the brink to nothingness? On the edge to passing and fading? The examination of this subject and the questions that arise with it finds its narrative in the materialization and design of these nine brooches.

They evoke a consciousness for this cycle and the potential of nothingness in the bearer and the observer. The pieces are made of silver in the shape of a torus that embodies the ever-repeating cycle, with an empty centre that draws us in. A special manually applied lacquer technique gives great depth to the pieces and characterizes the thin border to the white silver - the nothingness. The deep black traces of being stain and cloud what lies beneath. / Tim Udvardi-Lakos
 
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