marton daniel gabor | juice - bio
Marton Daniel Gabor (1979) was born into an artist family in Budapest, as a first kid of Aron Gabor and Zsuzsa G Heller. He started to experiment with drawing and photography at an early age. Following the high school years, in order to master traditional techniques he became the assistant of acclaimed photographer, Karoly Szelenyi and interned at the Chrome Studio in Budapest, Hungary. He gradually became a fundamental figure in the underground cultural scene not only as an artist but also as a bicycle messenger. He graduated with honor at the MOME Art and Design University and founded one of the first VJ crews in the country, the Urbanizer Visual collective with Zsiga Bernathy. By creating cutting edge visual projections for electronic music parties, concerts, festivals and designing international messenger races, he worked across Europe and opened his horizon towards new art forms.
In 2012 Marton moved to New York City. Since then, as a member of the visual studio Glowing Bulbs he creates building mapping all around the United States and Europe. In the recent years he made worldwide tours with grammy winning solo artist Dana Leong and created outstanding visuals and stage design for the band Les Nubians. In collaboration with Farkas Fulop, he was resident VJ at the legendary techno club Output, until its closure in 2019. He has contributed to create a strong visual appearance to events such as Forest Dark, Sonic Jungle, and SOUQNYC.
Besides stage designs and mapping he consistently develops series of photography, capturing NYC from hidden and unusual perspectives.