Overview participating exhibitions
In Arnold Koroshegyi’s electroscopes, landscapes and data merge. He falls back on the practise of nineteenth-century geology investigations, where photography and scientific expeditions went hand in hand to discover the topography of the world. By integrating surveillance software in a layered photographic process, Koroshegyi was able to make a visual interpretation of the electromagnetic data in the atmosphere surrounding geographic formations. In ELECTROSCAPES the invisible flow of data, which ceaselessly trickles in remote, natural environments has been made visible with an aesthetic of abstract elements.
Arnold Koroshegyi (Canada, 1967) works with photography, multimedia and installations. In his work, he focuses on the transience of space and the margins of our changing social and physical landscapes. His work has been shown in various solo and group exhibitions in Europe and North America. The series ELECTROSCAPES was made possible with the support of the Ontario Arts Council.