1991, Csorna

glass artist


She graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2019. She uses creative art and design as a tool totransform her ideas into objects. This abstracting process gives her the opportunity to smuggle hidden layers of meaning into her work, narrated in the aesthetic language of beauty and sometimes of strangeness. She works primarily with glass, using different types and qualities thereof, often in the same work of art. In 2015, her work was awarded a prize at the exhibition of the Wallpaper magazine in London, and in 2019 she won the FRANZ Rising Star Project Scholarship in Taiwan. Her work can befound in public collections both in Hungary and around Europe.

Under series: Crying cloudZ

Photo: Diána Farkas

block molten from rolled sheet glass, ground; varnished sheet glass, wood, mull, found object
30×30×6 cm

Under series: Crying cloudZ