Frank Márta Éva, a close friend of Bence Bakonyi, a Hungarian photographer, described Baknyi’s work, uncanny and ambiguous photograph ‘Transform‘:
“How much is our environment forming our personality? How much can you prescind from its medium examining the individual? The photographs of Transform can be considered to be a straightforward commitment besides the inseparability of the individual and the environment. The impersonalized forms of the pictures are almost assimilating and fading into their backgrounds. These works are demonstrating this as an intentional conformism and not as an unconscious progress because only the external marks of the forms shaped consciously, i.e clothes are fading into the homogenous environment. The pieces of the series are describing the ability of people to fit in; they are demonstrating the phenomenon, by which the individual can identify himself/herself with the physical or mental medium. It takes and puts on the features of its environment, as a consequence of this it becomes a part of it.”
From Baknyi’s website, you can find more interesting works of him, such as ‘Floating‘ which is my favourite. Bence Baknyi is a very quite photographer and not saying much about his work or himself but you can understand, the words are not necessary to explain his work as it says everything.