Marika and Anton arrived in Budapest in the spring of 2016. As usual, they had no money at all they were stealing food from the Auchan store, which was near. Having nothing to do artists began to experiment with phenomenological speculations and the perception of things, and soon came to a breakthrough that determined Aliens' further developments for years. Once in the morning Anton and Marika came across two stones on the bank of the Danube.
I am holding in my hand a piece of something: small, around 1cm in diameter, yellow with black veins. We picked it up on the beach. I’ll put it next to another similar object. There are many different qualities in each; in a particular way, they are like stones, but precisely to say that we can not. ANTON KRIVULA
M&A watched how they were interacting, and played with meaning and score. Artists found out that there are three types of stones: stones, things like stones, and things not like stones. Artists developed a topological matrix in which the stones act as variables; the empty place in the matrix is denoted by “the stone”, which can be occupied by any object. The topological matrix is ​​the simplest expanding group structure of six objects.


Six Stones, Matrix

Marika and Anton left the office they lived and worked in Budapest for two months as a performative environment open for friends and whip away hoping to reach Vienna via hitchhiking. However, in Hungary it doesn't go easy; having driven 120 kilometers, they got stuck in Győr for infinity. Forced to come back to Budapest Aliens spent within own installation one more month.
Art can be created anywhere, from whatever, and anytime: only an artist is required. By creating the Ready Made, Marcel Duchamp pointed out the essence of an artistic act as a mechanism endowing any object with a special ontological status. By this act, an artist constitutes a general blank space (place for being) that can be occupied by any object. ANTON KRIVULA
Human is a Revolution
After the end of the office working term, the space became an exhibition, and then it was restored at the Art Budapest 2017 fair. Some of the exhibition items were stolen by unknowns.
A significant part of artists' phenomenological development—sonic perception studies—is also trapped in the focus of research in Budapest. Using the big branch, part of a wooden chair, decomposed electric guitar artists built two electronic monochords which they named the Samotryas, which proved to be perfect for performative sound investigations.
Marika and Anton reduced the technology of musical performance to the extreme to remove a musician from music, thus establishing a meeting point of environmental, performative, and objective art. What remains is active musical experience non-existent without one who listens.

Human is a Revolution, performance, 2016