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Alexei Shulgin, Form, 1997 >>>
We once saw the flow of events as linear, and we tried to explain the relationships by causal logic.
Ferenc Kömlődi, 1999
Tamás Komoróczky, OCD – Brain, 2001, video, 1'13 >>>
  Computers have opened up to each other to form an almost ungraspable system on today's web. >>>
Ferenc Kömlődi, 1999
Balázs Beöthy, Beta Tours, 1996 >>>


The information revolution has accelerated everyday life at an astonishing rate. Geographical distances have disappeared, and our ideas of space have been enriched by previously unknown elements. New social spaces have emerged – communication in these spaces is equivalent to traditional forms of contact.
Ferenc Kömlődi, 1999
The World Wide Web has ended the stone age of online existence: it transforms the Internet from a text space – previously based on typed, interactive reading – into a visual space, a cyberspace based on the principle of synaesthesia.
Ferenc Kömlődi, 1999
Gyula Várnai, Untitled, 1996 >>>
Educational material, published in the series of Artpool Booklets
(Artpool, Budapest, 1996, Second revised edition in 1998)
Selection by János Sugár
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(Different publications by Artpool)
János Kass, Computer Design, 1988, stamp issued by the Hungarian Post
Hajnalka Németh, Ten Commandments, 1996 >>>
Real bodies in real images, only the space in between is virtual.
Ferenc Kömlődi, 1999
Metaverse >>>

Mark Fridvalszki, Grid I, 2009, pen on paper, 21×29,7 cm
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