Exhibition


1137 Budapest, embankment. Újpest

Ploubuter Park

The Ploubuter Park is the home of the study of this newly discovered species. The architecture is based on the observation of the natural habitat of the species. Those, which had been categorized by their habitat and their behavior towards human, show a variety of pictures from the wild to the captured or domesticated, from the loners to the pack members. This time we can study the pack-behavior of these souls in the controlled observation post which was installed in the airflow of the bank of the Danube.

A few decades ago, a new species appeared in the urban environment. Their appearance is known to all, they spawn around high-traffic consumer centers and after they are unleashed, they start to have their stories on their own. Some stay close to their birthplaces but more wonder off on a long journey or serve the Man. By then all individual possesses its own personality. The light, almost bodiless creatures begin to live as separate souls.

Their movement is without any sort of regularity and repetition, showing common traits with living organisms. Studying them is a joyful task, during observation a variety of choreographies unfold before us. It is easy to spot the metaphor for freedom in their dance.

The souls float on the boarder between existence and vision. Their existence is characterized by immateriality and lightness, which is brought to life by the wind. The wind, which in itself can never been seen but only seen thought its consequences.  In the trees’ rustle, the light breeze touching our faces. Etc.

The Ploubuter Park is the home of the study of this newly discovered species. The architecture is based on the observation of the natural habitat of the species. Those, which had been categorized by their habitat and their behavior towards human, show a variety of pictures from the wild to the captured or domesticated, from the loners to the pack members.

This time we can study the pack-behavior of these souls in the controlled observation post which was installed in the airflow of the bank of the Danube.

Further information:

Koronczi Endre (Budapest, 1968) lives and works in Budapest

http://www.koronczi.hu/

Documentation of the project:
http://ploubuter5.blogspot.hu/
https://youtu.be/l9sxpsrzgRk