I was born in 1998 and raised on the outskirts of Budapest. I was brought up to be curious and humble but never resigned. Since my formative years, I have always sought to create and connect with the world around me, with a special interest in the inanimate. My creative journey led me to literature first, then to theatre and music, and later to art history and curation. Multimedia self-expression stuck with me and resulted in the formulation of my current practice, which mainly consists of performance art and art intervention, largely inspired by actionists and situationists.
I have established a working method based on intuitive experimentation, revealing my heritage and studying Roma traditions and magical arts, aiming to reconsider the narratives overused by artists defining identity politics. Organic community building is a part of my mission, as creating platforms and opportunities for young talents and creatives has always been my passion. I strongly believe that alternative culture is a powerful tool against systematic oppression and social division.
Thinking in networks and building frameworks are natural skills of mine that I would like to utilize in my curatorial path and through managing brands and labels. Although I invariably experiment with aesthetics, all of my topics circle around one narrative—searching for the origin of the notion of agency.