As our society increasingly shifts its immediate surroundings to the digital realm, people are losing connection to direct sensory experiences. Within my work process, I examine the fluid relationship between physical and virtual space, with an emphasis on the awareness of physical matter and its transformations.

In my experimental sculptures and installations, I alter digital processes, triggered by the contact of people with physical matter, in order to examine how these changes affect spatial perception.

Regarding the choice of media, I work with the conflicting duality of stability and temporality. Besides ceramics, I use materials that constantly change over time, often in combination with sound and digital media.

I was born in Eger, Hungary in 1986. I graduated at the Ceramics Department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam in 2019. I have presented my works on various platforms throughout the Netherlands, including the festival of Media Art Friesland in Leeuwarden and OBJECT Rotterdam during the Art Rotterdam Week. I am currently working with the STEIM Foundation as an artist-in-residence whilst doing material research and teaching ceramics in my studio in Amsterdam.



Photos by András Zoltai, Franziska Mueller Schmidt, Malii Yorks and Ildikó Horváth