Temporary Closure

Following the latest Government guidance, Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery is temporarily closed to help protect visitors, staff and the wider community.  If you have booked a ticket for a future date we will be in touch as soon as the situation is clear.

Opening Hours

House, galleries, café and shop:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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+44 (0)1223 748 100
mail@kettlesyard.cam.ac.uk

 

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27 March 2004 – 9 May 2004

Attila Csörgö is one of the most prominent and individual younger artists practising in Hungary today. Using lights and photography, pulleys and strings, his works are immediately entertaining but raise profound questions about how we construct our vision of the world.

Sitting on a table – a tetrahedron, a cube and an octahedron – all made of sticks attached to strings. At the push of a button pulleys, weights and counterweights are seen pulling the strings. The geometric figures begin to come apart, reform as a dodecahedron and eventually revert to their original state.

All is not as it would seem. Two glasses appear to contain slanting water. Two screws rotate to form the image of a glass. Two perforated discs rotate to create a triangle or circle.

A camera rotates simultaneously on two axes to create a seamless, hemispherical photograph of everything we can see around and above us. Csörgö will make new photographic pieces in Cambridge for the exhibition, reversing our perception of the world around us.