László László RÉVÉSZ
exhibition title: Gulli Vera
opening performance by László László RÉVÉSZ and
opening: 21 April 2016, 18:00
exhibition: 22 April – 19 May 2016
Gulli Vera is the title of the exhibition.
All three images are made up of 38 x 55 cm pieces, so the size
of one drawing is 114 x 165 cm.
These are pseudo-illustrations, presentation
of a false fiction story, where the travelling happens with the
collaboration of an ordinary microwave oven. It's a well known
fact that the microwave ovens change the state, vibration and
other attributes of the material. Gulli Vera experiences the
travelling in the ordinary days. We can hardly decide, is she
the victim of the microwaves for real or just her imagination
plays with her.
László László Révész
Who is Gulli Vera, the
protagonist of RLL's new series?
A diva tired of life, an explorer, a
prostitute who hates man or just a lonely daydreamer? The
drawings reveal to us the possible answers detail by detail, so
after the first flash of excitment we can recognise the cynicism
of the taedium vitae of our lack of existence, our nearly
unbreakable limen stiffened by our everyday lives and start
wishing we were somewhere far away just as Gulli Vera almost
managed to get away through her interdimensional hyperjumps.
The most likely answer however is that she
wanted to decipher her horoscope from the foaming fat-bubbles of
the microvawe-heated salted butter (method learned on
moderngirlsonly.netcom). But, alas, the palpitations of
existentialism melted her into the answer, thus tumbling about
between yeses and non-worlds, the excitements of "whereamI"s and
the wellknown monotony of asking who am I, and so she is bored
of empty imagination as much as of the stricklty monochrome
The lonely hero of RLL is still waiting on
the sides, but she is reall truly madly deeply fed up with this
explorer-game with no authentic answers. Anyways, she just hates