Adam Magyar (born 1972) is a Berlin-based Hungarian photographer and video artist captivated by high-tech cities and time. His process is a symbiosis between technology and creative instinct. He is fascinated by the flow and the endless stream of lives in the world’s biggest mega-cities. In his works, he uses different self-developed technologies and software to photograph the endless stream of pedestrian traffic in the busiest intersections in the world. With each of his series, he observes time flowing by and life pulsating in front of his eyes, and he scrutinizes the transience of life and man’s inherent urge to leave some trace behind.
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