She graduated in Intermedia and Art Theory from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2015, then studied at the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. Her video performances and virtual diaries reflect upon the experiences and traumas that shape our identities, personal boundaries and behavioural patterns. Her work combines digital content with installations made from a variety of innovative materials. In 2019, she received the Derkovits Scholarship, and in 2020 the ACAX – Leopold Bloom Art Award, which enabled her to spend three months in 2021 at the Residency Unlimited studio in New York.
hemp shavings, hyphae
25 cm, 19 cm high
Photo: Dávid Biró
brick sculptures of diverse materials
Photo: Borbála Zergi
jute-cotton linen, birch plywood