3rd October, Thursday, 6 p.m., Galery of the Chemical Institute

The pictures of Tibor Zielinski are the result of a chain of experiments. The point of the experiments was to see if the message and spirit of three-dimensional pieces could be transferred into pictures reduced to two dimensions, possibly reaching even greater effect by these. The stacked perspective drawings, - as the patterns in the shop of an experienced tailor - form a single image. The simultaneous projection of spacetime dimensions place the beholder into a perspective above traditional dimensions. There is no set narrative. Piecing together sections of space and time allows innumerable variations.