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Daniel Kozma

MA work

Attempts to act upon systems

These images are systems.
There are different kinds of elements in the system.
Elements interact with each other in numerous ways.
There is a constant flow of energy, the system is alive.
There is a sense of constant change and movement.
The boundaries are blurring.
The boundaries between digital, virtual, human, alive, body, thought, machine, nature, harmony, order, chaos.
They are blurring, blending, melting, clashing, shattering.
Systems in which nothing means anything anymore.
Everything means itself and its opposite or anything else.
What seemed to be the world is now merely an element in the system.
The system far exceeds the human scale.
Expanding to heights and distances out of reach.
Expanding into all directions without a beginning or an end.
The system is not ordered based on a common goal or value. Goals and values are merely elements in the system.

I attempt to act upon the system.
Trying to fit in, to follow a flow, to search for traces, to search for links.
Trying to dissent, to undo, to turn back, to correct, to erase, to destroy.
This is an act of revolt as well as humility and surrender.
This act is heroic and pathetic at the same time.


  • MA Degree


    School of Communication


    MA Visual Communication, 2018