The space where Gyula Kosice welcomes us looks like a craftsman’s workshop, but the images on the walls show
exhibits of the artist around the world. Rekindling his own myth, he talks to us about his intimate relationship with water, the fundament of his hydrokinetic sculptures. Dazzled by the movement of water and light, I ask him if he would like us to make a documentary about his life and work. He smiles. Three years later, we immersed ourselves in the “Kosice Hydrospatial” exhibit, the unfurling of the film that originated it. In the darkness of the room, Kosice’s iconic drop of water and his signature in neon converse with the screening and frames from the film: portrait of the artist in the flow between idea and work, family and career, science and poetry.
Gabriel Saie, director of the documentary Kosice Hydrospatial