[…] What I particularly like about Koporossy’s work is the fact that it does not seem to require philosophies, excessive narratives or theatricalities: it achieves a spectacle simply by focusing in on a chosen subject in a ‘secular’ manner. Generating a whole range of gestures and movements and attitudes, as water can do when it is small […] poetically evoking immense scenes, with a particular passion for the gush, the downpour, the whirlpool, the stream, the vortex. The flowing line, the arc. Here is a jet that when it hits something, even the humblest vegetables, appropriates it and makes it regal. Everything is so beautifully… immobile. The heart of the action in Koporossy’s work consists in the crystallization, at the apex of its aesthetic perfection, of that which by its very nature is fleeting, mobile, ineffable.
Marco Di Capua
Critic of Art