Attila Csorgo was born in 1965 in Hungary, lives and works in Budapest.
Attila Csorgo is particularly interest by the world's complexity and structure of the cosmos. His work takes us into a world combining art and science experiment. Fascinated by the perspective, the treaties of geometry and applied mathematics , this Hungarian artist designs highly complex installations that may appear at first glance like a makeshift job, resulting in dynamic visual experience.
Attila Csorgo uses art as a means to assist the viewer in the world of science, inventions combine imagination and curiosity to represent various physical phenomena and mathematical, giving new light on a reality that sometimes we are not attentive anymore. Several exhibitions has been recently devoted to him at MUDAM, Archimedean Point Museum of Art Moderne Grand Duc Jean, Luxembourg, Hamburger Kunsthalle - Galerie der Gegenwart, Hamburg, (2010) Archimedean Point, Ludwig Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art in Budapest (2009), Domaine de Kerguéhennec (2009), Gregor Podnar Gallery, Berlin, (2009). He participated in many group exhibitions: The promises of the past at the Centre Georges Pompidou (2010), Documenta 2010 Aktuelle Kunst aus Ungarn, Kunstforum Ostedeutsche, Galerie Schleicher + Lange, Paris as part of BerlinParis, (2010), 16 th Biennale of Sydney Revolutions - Forms That Turn, (2008), FRAC Champagne - Ardenne, Reims, What you see is what you guess, (2007), National Centre of Contemporary Art in Moscow, Active Image, (2005)