Born as Fernando Fallik in 1924 in Košice, Slovakia, multimedia a kinetic artist Gyula Kosice is one of the most important Argentinian artists of the second half of the last century.

Interested in motion, light and technology, Kosice moved to Argentina in 1928 with his parents and after he changed his name for Gyula Kosice as a tribute to his born town.

This wooden sculpture called Röyi is one of his early 1940s experiments with movement and playful meaning of an art object. Playful, ever changing composition pioneered the idea of the kinetic and luminous art of the 1950s.