LIGHT STUDY by Bordos.ArtWorks / Van Gogh Year 2015

Light Study is an art installation commissioned by the Glow Festival Eindhoven 2015 in the context of “125 Years of Inspiration” / Van Gogh Year 2015
concept & animation: László Zsolt Bordos
3d modeling: Dániel Szalkó
commissioned by: GLOW Festival 2015
granted by the Glow Foundation in collaboration with BKKC and the Foundation Van Gogh Brabant

 © 2015 / Bordos.ArtWorks & GLOW Foundation

‘ESCAPE’ by Bordos.ArtWorks screened at Ars Electronica 2014

Expanded Animation
In this program, animation takes leave of its usual screening rooms for venues that include gallery spaces, cathedrals, façades and landscapes, and reconfigures these settings in the process.


Box 05:25 | Bot & Dolly (US)
THE ARK 05:16 | Romain Tardy (Independant) (FR)
A million times 01:21 | Humans since 1982 (SE/GE)
Lighthouse 3D Mapping. 01:34 | Yury Pelin (RU)
The Colony – A tale on Textile 03:25 | Joshuah Brindin Howard (US), Lorenz Potthast (DE), Jonas Wiese (DE) (Urbanscreen) with Svenja Keune (DE)
ESCAPE 06:11 | Laszlo Zsolt Bordos (HU)
O (Omicron) 04:27 | Romain Tardy (FR)
advection 04:02 | Robert Seidel, David Kamp (DE)
Light Leaks 01:22 | Kyle McDonald (US), Jonas Jongejan (DK)
the impenetrable 05:21 | mihai grecu (RO)
The Flood Panels 09:08 | DEPART (AT)
Khôra I. 06:18 | The Macula (CZ)




Photos by Jonas Harr FRIESTAD


3d video mapping at Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum / Köln / June 2012

role: 3d artist / project made in collaboration with Ivo Kovacs.

Video mapping show at Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum – Kulturen der Welt, Cologne was a part of the ‘LICHT-TRILOGIE’ contemporary dance show directed by Kristóf Szabó:
mapping, 3D animation: Ivó Kovács ( and László Zsolt Bordos (
additional modelling: Daniel Szalkó (
applied music: Wolfgang Mitterer: excerpts from Radio fractal / Beat Music
organised by: Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum – Kulturen der Welt: Ulrike Nestler
co-organisation: director-choreographer: Kristóf Szabó, SPOTNIK intermedial arts Cologne, 06.28-30.2012.
video-technics: LANG AG Germany

Das Video-Mapping auf dem indonesischen Reisspeicher im Foyer des Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museums – Kulturen der Welt in Köln wurde als Bestandteil der intermedialen Tanztheater-Inszenierung Kristóf Szabó: LICHT-Trilogie geziegt, welche im Rahmen der Reihe Tanzkulturen der Welt im Museum
28-30. Juni 2012 zur Uraufführung kam.