Curriculum Vitae

Daïm Aggott-Hönsch (born 1982, Hungary)
Muslim mathematical artist, algorist, and apeirographer. | |
@daimalyad on SuperRare, KnownOrigin, MakersPlace, as well as Twitter, and Instagram

A researcher and reifier of timeless mathematical wonders; the author of the Apeirographer's Manifesto; a curator of exotic fractal Biomorphs; the discoverer of an infinitude of pareidolic Anthropobrot figures in the Apeiropolis Multiset.

My approach to art is inseparably intellectual and spiritual at once. I am captivated by the improbable marvels hidden within mathematics, and restlessly search for ever more curiously aesthetic revelations; seeing in them an undeniably anthropic conception of beauty that whispers of the divine.


Selected Exhibitions

  • Multi-artist general exhibition. Museum of Crypto Art (MOCA), Somnium Space, October 2020 – Present.
  • “Algorithmic Art Season 2019.” Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, United Kingdom. October 2019 – December 2019.
  • “To Canada, with Love.” (2/2) Art Square Gallery Upstairs, Toronto, Canada. October 2017.
  • “Biomorphs: Microbes on the Complex Plane.” Solo exhibition.
    Oakwood Village Library and Arts Centre, Toronto, Canada. June 2017.
  • “Wunderkammer: Cabinets of Curiousity.” T.E.S.T. Gallery, Toronto, Canada. May 2017.
  • “To Canada, with Love.” (1/2) Art Square Gallery Upstairs, Toronto, Canada. March 2017.
  • “1956 Memorial Exhibition.” Consulate General of Hungary, Toronto, Canada. October 2016 – February 2017.
  • “No Subject.” Melody Bar, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, Canada. April – May 2016.


  • Kossakovski, Fedor. “Fractal fascination, an interview.” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Aggott Hönsch, István. “On fractal forms.” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Perminger, Sam. “Saggitarius A*.” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Singer, Robert. “On the origin of species.” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Dustman, Emily. “Aggott Hönsch István.” E-squared Magazine, October 2016: 121–124.



  • National Collection of Hungary.
  • Museum of Crypto Art (MOCA), Somnium Space.
  • Private collections in Canada, France, Hungary, and the United States.


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