Saturday, October 31, 2015

Károly Sándor Áron

Is an artist who is constantly analyzing himself, his actions and his attitude towards the world and art, in order to improve. This is why his work can seem to be a bit chaotic, regarding themes and techniques raised. He is a constant experimenter combining a wide range of photographic and art techniques, sizes and materials, from pixels and silver to canvas and paint.
Despite his more than fifteen years in the profession, he still considers himself a learner.

In my photographic work I’m specially interested in combining the traditional and archaic image making methods with the wide range of possibilities given by digital imaging. This technical experimentation is also reflected in various themes on theoretical level, as my interest is and always had been towards different space-time dimensions, as well as personal experiences/feelings. I am not interested in "fashionable photographic themes" like documenting personal life, pointing out social and environmental issues. I express myself trough my native language – photography – but everything else is a constant search for the ego, the roots of my feelings, thoughts and actions. This way my artistic work is almost every time filled with mixed media and the combined techniques are chosen to serve the concept of the images. Naturally from time to time this rigorous and sometimes over complicated thinking is infiltrated with intuition and the undefined. 



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