“Musician and intermediate artist Fero Király worked with the idea of creating a special tribute to human life through his mobile number with older original technology. According to his own words, he invites us to enter the “GSM concert arena”, where we can experience our unique sound situation on our own by phone. The sound quality corresponds to the “antique” medium of GSM phones and with its imperfection it also brings a nostalgic flavor to the experience.” Lucia G. Stach

According to Wikipedia, the word bust denotes a sculptural representation of a head with a part of the chest, placed on a pedestal. The term comes from the French “la buste” and the Italian “busto” and perhaps comes from the ancient Latin word “bustum”, originally referring to the burial, the place where the dead were burned, later the tomb itself and also transferred its plastic decoration. As a sculptural genre, the bust is a portrait depiction of a person, which is to preserve his form and individuality even after death. Wondering who the bust is? You can call +421 949 723 561 and if you have it on the list, the story will be colored.

*The number belonged to the Slovak intermedial artist Milan Adamčiak , who died in 2017.

Exibition: Lost Human, curated by: Lucia G. Stach, Parter BSC, Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia 2021