Laszlo NOSEK

Graphic Designer, Illustrator, video and performance artist.

Born in Hungary in 1952, lives in the USA

Worked as an animation designer in the past decade

Received an MFA from the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts and graduated from the School for Applied and Fine Arts.

These ink paintings are influenced by Japanese calligraphy

Art is a form of meditation, a revelatory process to which the finished pieces bear witness. The works have dual values in this way: they are simultaneously the focus of the meditation and the vehicle for it. The meditative stillness of Buddhism, with its emphasis on the searching for answers within. It is a model for inquiry which informs my approach.

Buddhism bespeaks a reliance on the capacity for man to comprehend his own destiny, the essential link between the eclectic grouping of symbols and significances from across the globe throughout history