Exhibition at Artpool P60

Authors of the exhibited works:

Kurt SchwittersWalter MarchettiDiter Rot > Ian Hamilton FinlayJuan HidalgoAntonin ArtaudTristan Tzara > Richard Huelsenbeck > Hans Arp > Velemir Hlebnyikov Szkárosi Endre > Michel Seuphor > Pierre Albert Birot > Petőcz AndrásFortunato Depero > Francesco Cangiullo > Robert Desnos > Szilágyi ÁkosGiacomo Balla > Mimmo Rotella > Mary Ellen Solt > Salette Tavares > Jackson Mac LowPaul de Vree > Augusto de Campos > Carlo Belloli > Illyés GyulaFrançois DufrêneAlain SatiéDick HigginsPietro Gigli > Luis Pazos > Molnár Katalin > Bob Cobbing > Emmett Williams > Adriano Spatola > Décio Pignatari > José Lino GrünewaldFilippo Tommaso Marinetti > Il'ja Zsdanevics > Raoul Hausmann > Theo Van Doesburg > Henri Chopin > Sugár Andor > Kassák Lajos > Tamkó Sirató Károly > Ana Hatherly > Fernando Aguiar > Luciano Caruso > E. E. CummingsHeinz Gappmayr > Ilse & Pierre Garnier > Max BenseLadislav Novak > Ernst Jandl > Kukorelly Endre > Brion Gysin > Franz Mon > Alberto Pimenta > Daniel SpoerriWeöres Sándor > Galántai György > Edwin Morgan > Székely Ákos > f. Tóth Árpád > Papp TiborKismányoky KárolyKelényi Béla

Curator of the exhibition: Galántai György

Authors of the exhibited works - in alphabetical order:

Fernando Aguiar | Hans Arp | Antonin Artaud | Giacomo Balla | Carlo Belloli | Max Bense | Pierre Albert Birot | Augusto de Campos | Francesco Cangiullo | Luciano Caruso | Henri Chopin | Bob Cobbing | E. E. Cummings | Fortunato Depero | Robert Desnos | Theo Van Doesburg | François Dufrêne | Ian Hamilton Finlay | Galántai György | Heinz Gappmayr | Ilse & Pierre Garnier | Pietro Gigli | José Lino Grünewald | Brion Gysin | Ana Hatherly | Raoul Hausmann | Juan Hidalgo | Dick Higgins | Velemir Hlebnyikov | Richard Huelsenbeck | Illyés Gyula | Ernst Jandl | Kassák Lajos | Kelényi Béla | Kismányoky Károly | Kukorelly Endre | Jackson MacLow | Walter Marchetti | Filippo Tommaso Marinetti | Molnár Katalin | Franz Mon | Edwin Morgan | Ladislav Novak | Papp Tibor | Luis Pazos | Petőcz András | Décio Pignatari | Alberto Pimenta | Diter Rot | Mimmo Rotella | Alain Satié | Kurt Schwitters | Michel Seuphor | Mary Ellen Solt | Adriano Spatola | Daniel Spoerri | Sugár Andor | Székely Ákos | Szilágyi Ákos | Szkárosi Endre | Tamkó Sirató Károly | Salette Tavares | f. Tóth Árpád | Tristan Tzara | Paul de Vree | Weöres Sándor | Emmett Williams | Il'ja Zsdanevics

Visible Sound

Poetry: energy transmission. Sound: energy transmitter. The poetry of sound: the total communication of the spirit force. The poet (artist) does not own it: he or she is simply a temporary owner, mediator and initiated medium of the flow of spiritual energy. The cosmic space of this energy is not far: we are standing in it with our two feet. In order to intercept and use its friendly power we have poetry as a mediator with its sensitive neurological system and agile linguistic universe: that of words-images-sounds. An unexpected manifestation of thus far unseen, unheard and unperceived things and phenomena allows a momentary glimpse into the operation of one of the corners of the world, witnessed by the eyes and ears of the poet: hidden and unknown energies pass through the thus resulting transient fissure, energies that the poet intercepts and formulates into an audible/visible language: through this poetic-artistic linguistic operation he renders perceptible and intelligible the spiritual force inherent in sensory realization in the domain of human interaction.

Endre Szkárosi