Gábor Városi - Stories, Artworks, Artistic periods

188 The effect can be enhanced by engaging new senses, which is why Városi plans to capture attention with sound effects as well. It truly is a challenge to remain indifferent to the impact of this multi-sensory experience. The light trapped between the layers of glass is concrete, yet intangible. Just as László Moholy-Nagy was enchanted by the mystical magic of the nature of translucent matter in the 1930s, today’s viewer can enjoy the sensual fusion of intangible and disembodied light and solid matter in the giant glass sculptures of Gábor Városi. Light, yet dramatic. Entertaining yet captivating. László Lelkes Munkácsy Award-winning graphic artist