She is a musician and a fine artist. She enrolled in the intermedia artist programme of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2017. Her first listed work was displayed at the exhibition of the Budapest PhotoFestival and then at a group exhibition in MODEM in 2019. This series is made up of four interactive photo installations, which, when touched, can be used as instruments. Made for an exhibition at the Kiscell Museum in 2020, this photo installation is a provocative statement against the ideal of the perfect body presented by consumer society. Her most recent work, which addresses issues of social responsibility linked to the Holocaust in the form of a board-game, called Zikaron, was realised with support from the mentor programme of the MAROM Association.
Dialect – an image that speaks is an interactive installation which is also a sound map.
Different parts of the picture make sounds, which can be activated by moving our hands
toward the image or by touching it. The sound effects are electronic resonances created
by a synthesis; I coupled the sounds with the parts of the picture by way of associations.
installation; digital photograph, giclée print, foamboard mounting, electronics
105 x 158 cm