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REMAINS FROM INTERCISA (2007)
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GIRL FIGURES
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2008

These are not faces, as we have been accustomed to in Moizer Zsuzsa's art, but bodies, which are already not of a child, but are not yet of a woman.

 

It would be all the same what we call these fragile creatures, had the apropos not been one of the old themes of the artist again: the depiction of goodness and suffering. But now we are not looking for flickering emotions on faces spread over the whole canvas, but for today's events in mythological figures.

 

"Remains from Intercisa" - goes the title, so it is about the Roman Dunaújváros, the town where the artist belongs. Memories, which can signify real archaeological findings, but - knowing the self-analytical method of the artist - they also evoke a sort of collective (female) remembrance. As if the painter, who recognises her own fate in female sacrifices, was looking for a meaning for suffering, no matter if voluntary or given as a punishment. A keyword is patience, which is needed to endure it and to learn from it; the girl thus becomes a woman, the child a grown-up.

 

Those who have found Lars von Trier's films about absolute goodness thought-provoking will probably spend quite a long time admiring there pictures.

 

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Translated by Bálint Szele