I am a hungarian multidisciplinary artist, who trained in Hungary, Scotland, Spain, exhibited in Hungary, Netherlands, UK and China, and currently doing her master at Royal College of Art -MA Print.
My purpose is to capture the inner emotions of the human being and express this through a variety of media. I create mysterious, otherworldly places representing feelings, thoughts or situations. My ideas come from the resonance of the individual’s soul which opens up windows on different dimensions. These are fraught with secrets, open to interpretation. I am often inspired by literature such as The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, The Virility Factor by Robert Merle and by the beat generation for instance; Charles Bukowski, Jack Kerouac, Allan Ginsberg. In my pieces, the cave motif plays a meaningful role. These are those hidden, personal places, where one can remain unseen from the surrounding universe. In my figurative work the caves appear inside the people describing intimacy and personality. With my art, I aim to generate a visual shock in the audience and make them think.
My work explores the relationship between artistic expression, personal identity and universal relations. As I create the work, I enter into a different dimension where I aim to express a collective accumulation of vibrations. To embody this energy, I employ a variety of media, including oil painting, watercolour, etching and ceramics. Generally speaking, painting allows me spontaneity, as during the process I not only paint the subject, but myself as well, as an object that I record. In this creative process, I let my instinct lead me. I do not break it down and try to understand it. I recognize Greenberg’s position, as I find the action of painting highly important, however I give the same attention to the subject of my painting and the meaning behind it. On the other hand, etching gives me a certain security, as I need to think ahead and create a plan for my layers. Also, I find it fascinating how I start with a perfect metal plate, then I embellish it as I create my marks, and transform it into something new. Ceramics enable me to shape figures and situations into three-dimensional spaces which gives my inner vision even more reality. The diversity and the combination of these techniques insures that my work expresses my vision of art as personal, spiritual and universal.
|China Summer School Program||University of Dundee||Winner||Thu, 06/01/2017|
|Erasmus Program||European Union||Winner||Thu, 09/01/2016|
|Art of Evolution Foundation's annual competition -I was able to study at this School for free for one year based on my artwork.||Montázs Arts Studio||Winner||Sat, 09/01/2012|