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Orosz became engrossed in the world of theater and stage design after graduating in 1975 from Budapest’s University of Arts and Design.
This gave him a background in hiding what he draws in plain sight…until he wants you to see his work’s true meaning.
István also often uses “Outis” or “Utisz” (no one) as a pseudonym.
He does this as a tribute to Odysseus, Homer’s hero who fought the Cyclops and used this name as well.
Orosz imagines that his art is akin to an Odysseus gesture: some kind of attack upon the eye.
Perhaps that’s why his attack on our own eyes makes the name perfect.