- Tamas Waliczky
- Tobias Gremmbler
Tamás Waliczky's latest work, “Cameras” (2017), is a series of computer-rendered 3-D graphic and animation works, in which he has created imaginary devices based on the set-up of both photo cameras and movie cameras. He likes the idea that the camera, unlike other tools, is not a prosthetic extension of the human body, but rather a plaything that allows the photographer to become the player. Cameras are the basis of new media art as optical media machines that for the first time, imitated the very act of seeing. They are designed by people and as a result the design of these devices tell a lot about how they picture the world visually.
In Tobias Gremmler's work the technology primarily serves an artistic expression. "There is an inherent coherence between disciplines that I try to express. Through that expression, the boundaries between disciplines start to dissolve. It is actually this process of dissolving rather than merging that interests me. It unveils a certain structure that exists beyond the media that carries it. There is a universal core in each theatrical expression, independent from its cultural encoding."