Gergely Végvári

Gergely Végvári

Narration is a thinking pattern which bestows meaning upon events and forces impacting
humans. It describes experience of real or imagined environments based on causality and
chronology; it renders the visible understandable. In my figurative and at the same time
abstract visual narratives the story telling is only just perceivable, as the basis of my pieces is
the uncertainty caused by hiding the most important moments of the story, much like in a
blurred image. Figures and motifs that we are familiar with or we believe to be  familiar meet
in a given environment creating a well detectable, nevertheless not easily decodable
interaction. There is seemingly no cause and effect, and the picture remains outside of
certainty. It does not form a surveyable chain of events where a narrative which is to be
interpreted in space and time can be decoded. Also, conversion and changing of dimensions
take place beside abstraction and not representing the perceivable reality.  The protagonist of
my narrative is the ever returning bad company: the brand new, yet battered fear originating
from memories of feelings. Thus, at the level of vague suspicion a hidden narrative takes
shape, which renders the invisible perceivable with its layers of meaning waiting to be unpacked

Artist artworks

Welcome home saudade II
60 x 30 cm
2019, oil on canvas
In DK Gromov collection