acb Gallery, Budapest, 2018
Introduced by a one-line poster text piece developing around the black entrance room the visitor enters the light main gallery space showing three different kinds of work: colourful concrete sculptures posing as worn out textile on a wooden rack, a set of acrylic drawings on wooden boards and paper sculptures loosely positioned on all walls around the space.
Schulz aims for a conversation between the seemingly different works; almost to the point where the rack with the concrete sculptures become a set, the drawings work as a score and the paper sculptures with their referential title Tumbling tumble thought become the monologues and dialogues with the visitor being the actor.
poster, wall paint
rags on wooden rack: textile, concrete, pigment, oak
… ways to catch a thought on wooden boards: acrylic paint on paper (framed), oak
tumbling tumble thought: paper, pigment, primer, wood