Found. 3 Untitled works (1974). By an unknown artist working in a daylight atelier in Budapest.
An anonymous sculptor is working in a Budapest studio in the early 1970s. The studio is bright and airy and the natural light within it makes it an inspirational place to create. He or she takes photographs, or has someone take phorographs, of their works when they are finished. The freshly completed work looks almost luminous in the prints, each sculpture stands bathed in the soft, even light bouncing around the workspace.
That how they exist now. Just three anonymous works by a (presumably Hungarian) artist, depicted in three uncaptioned prints lost in an obscure Hungarian archive.
These three large works of sculpture float now. They are suspended and nebulous, unknown and unclaimed. They have no known physical presence these works, their only known existence lies in the prints.
How do such wonderful, tactile objects become lost? Where they are now if they exist at all. And of course, who made them?