17, 22, 24, 29, 31 March 2006, 6 to 8 p.m.
The following works are part of the installation:
picture: Tibor Hajas (1946-1980):
picture: Miklós Erdély (1928-1986):
(the third sector)
Listening simultaneously to musical works representing paradigm shifts of current and historical time transforms a linear time-convention imperceptibly into a multilinear, natural experience. Combining three dimensional space and three space-dimensions acoustically models the old experience now matured into a new paradigm, according to which every telematically observed doubt is unity. In the space and time specific present, the information of life is the work, and the information of the work is life. In other words, in the "virtual" spaces of works, or the "true spaces" of life (or vice versa) information permanently swap, unite or fall apart. The continuous current (fluxus) of these manoeuvres (cultivation) is life, the property of a healthy regenerating culture. (Galántai György, 2005)
"Everywhere we can observe that various types of apparatus programme our lives with stiff automatism; work is being taken from people and forced onto automata and the great majority of society is beginning to deal with the game of "empty symbols" in the "third sector"; existential interest about the material world transposes to the universe of symbols, and this value transfers from objects to information". Vilém Flusser (1920-1991)