Experiencing Interruptions?


The “Ontogenezis” painted animation film – directed by Attila Kondor Hungarian painter - introduces the viewer to the artistic seeing of painting.
The film talks about inner motions, the motions of visual thinking and perception: imagination, concentration and even the “astonishment” beyond
conscious concentration. With the help of animation, the film reconstructs these phases of the creative process.
The repeated sequences flow as a visual meditation.

  • Attila Kondor
  • Attila Kondor
  • Krisztina Csekő
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    21 minutes 8 seconds
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    3,000 EUR
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  • As a video installation in Kiscelli Museum Budapest
    June 10, 2015
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  • Krisztina Csekő
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Attila Kondor

Attila Kondor Hungarian painter was born in 1974 in Budapest. Graduated in 2000 from the
Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest.

He has been experimenting with fine art animation since 2013. His animations made by oil on canvas or other traditional techniques. This project named "Paths of attention". It has been presented at
several important Hungarian exhibition places.
The art critics defined his art as medium-conscious painting and contemplative conceptualism. His publications and studies have appeared in the main Hungarian fine art papers
as Műértő, Balkon, Új Művészet, Ózon, ArsNaturae. He published an artist monograph in 2011.

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Director Statement

The most universal questions are also the ones that affect us the most personally. “Why and how did the world I see come to be?” “How is it possible that I am and that I can see and imagine the world?” It is the nature of the question of being and the Absolute that it can never be fully answered. But that is not the point.
The point is to ask the question over and over again, so that this meditative research can bring us closer to the source of every form of being.