The Zsuzsi Csiszer Passage Installation Features an In-Floor Train

By: Jordy E  - Published: Mar 6, 2013 • References: & mymodernmet
The Zsuzsi Csiszer Passage installation has been literally grounded at the Templespace of Museum Kiscell. This location is particularly relevant to this striking display of artwork as it is an 18th century church, a far cry from standard galleries and museums.

This train comes across as being sucked into the ground by some unnamed force. Csiszer deliberately challenges the notion of disaster here. While it appears that all out catastrophe has struck, seen in this monstrous collision, he has distinguished the piece as wondrous, "What if we have a look at the railway carriage sticking out of the ground from a different point of view. As if it was something growing out of the ground." Stats for Grounded Locomotive Exhibits Trending: Older & Chilly
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