The Symbiosis of technology and humans/nature, in a completely integrated relationship that cannot be disentangled creates a more efficient balance of conceptual and material resources. I believe that evolution of this new relationship is intuitive and never entirely defined ether by art or by science. It becomes an abstract organism or not yet identified “space” created by the combination of organic elements and synthetic objects. Meaning and symbols turn into the energy that creates the tension of an undefined in-between hybrid state.
The prospective of the external is two fold; the conflict and suspense to achieve the internal balance in one hand, and the external stability on the other hand, but there is also an in-between space, an abstract or not yet identified “space” created by the combination of organic elements and synthetic objects.
Tamas Veszi was born in Budapest in 1972. 1987-88 he attended the Free Art School of Szentendre. Tamas Veszi left Hungary at the age of 17 and finished his high school education in Israel. 1994-1995 he was painting and working in Paris, but due to the regulations of the European Community he had to leave France. In 1996 Veszi applied for the green card, and moved to New York in the fall of 1997. In 1998 he and several other residences of 70 Commercial Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn formed the group “Greenpoint Riverfront Artists. In February 1998 he started his training as a Fine Art major at Pratt Institute. Veszi attended Brooklyn College, working on his M.F.A under the guidance of Elisabeth Murray and Vito Acconci and completed the program in 2006. Veszi currently lives and works in Brooklyn, Greenpoint. In 2010, Veszi has participated in several group shows and had his first solo show at Allannederpelt Gallery.