(b. 1976) in Hungary, lives and works in London and Margate

Bolygó’s artistic practice explores time based sculpture and installation, combining artistic imagination, invention, science, mechanics, and engineering to create processes that reveal natural phenomena. Bolygó makes kinetic sculpture that over time create different types of images – drawings, paintings, etchings, films, light projections etc. The machines are sculptural objects that act out an artistic activity. The idiosyncratic nature of the pieces recall early scientific instrumentation and perhaps allude to a time of great spectacle, when the division between Art and Science was ambiguous and blurred.


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Selected Exhibitions

Last Days of the Dolphinarium
A group show curated by Sadie Hennessey at Urchin, Margate
29 November – 24 December 2018

Group show celebrating 10 years of the Lombard Street Gallery, Margate
1 December 2018 – 3 February 2019

Loitering with Intent, The Art and Politics of Walking
A group show at the People’s History Museum, Manchester
23 July – 16 October 2016

Re-imaginings & From One Tribe To Another
A two part solo show at The Lombard Street Gallery, Margate
5 – 27 September 2015

A Case for Celebration (2 person commission show)
Rodic Davidson, Pied Bull Yard, Bloomsbury
14 – 26 July 2014

Visible City (solo show)
The Gallery, Cowcross Street, Farringdon
19 – 30 November 2013

Article 31.1 (London Festival of Architecture)
Various locations in East London
22 June – 8 July 2012

Cube Open
16 December – 4 February 2012

Intersection (2 person show)
Oxford House Bethnal Green
5th May – 30 June 2011

The Layered City (solo show)
Bloomsbury Design
26th July – end September 2010

The Floor to Ceiling Show
The Front Room, Clerkenwell
11th August – 19th September 2010

Urban Shelter
Mutate Britain/Urban Infill/Shelter
July 2010