Szilárd Cseke has transformed the Hungarian Pavilion using intricate kinetic machinery that generates unpredictable, uncontrollable effects. “To what extent is our welfare, identity and culture sustainable?” asks Cseke in the context of migration. This is the question at the heart of his work. The answer, it seems, is not very. One mechanism spontaneously sends polystyrene balls moving overhead. Another, made up of two fans, one small and one large, inflate a balloon structure. When the small fan cannot continue, the larger fan subsequently cannot carry on alone, and the sculpture deflates to be inflated again. They might not be sustainable, but they carry endless potential for regeneration.