She completed her MA in design and art management as well as in photography at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2013. Her masters – Luca Göbölyös, Gergely Szatmári and Gábor Kudász – had a great influence on her work. Her degree project titled Erosion, which explores the problem of urban space, was included in several exhibitions in Hungary (MODEM and Museum Kiscell, 2019) and abroad (Norway, 2015; London, 2016) and won the Gilchrist–Fisher fine art award in London in 2016. She spent one month in Finland in a residency programme in 2018. One of her installations was displayed in the HybridArt Space Gallery at the Budapest PhotoFestival in 2020.
mixed media; parts of plants, plastic, metal supporting structure
200 x 350 cm