I was born in Budapest (HU), I based in The Hague,NL since 2013. I started my graphic design study in the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, but I graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague. My works can be located around the theme of anthropocene, posthuman, biopolitics. I think we live in a time of urgency. I believe in a research driven, post–disciplinary, slow and personal design practice. I work in various media in order to materialise hidden concepts, demystify ideologies, beliefs, unveil biases, fixations that has mistaken as truths, legal, absolute or unbreakable. I work for commissions as well as initiate own projects.
2013 - 2017 BA Graphic design, Royal Academy of Art The Hague
2010 - 2013 Graphic Desgin, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest
Le Festival di Film Invisible, HEAD Genéve, Geneva, CH (2017)
Popcorn:Art, Design and Cinema, Museum of Modern Art, Saint-Etienne, FR (2017)
Budget dreams, Haagse Kunstkring,The Hague,NL (2016)
Unmapping the world, Chaumont Graphic Design Festival, Chaumont,FR (2015)
18th Graphic Design Biennial, Munkácsy Mihály Museum, Békéscsaba,HU (2012)
DUO EXHIBITION WITH NATELA LEMONDZHAVA
Being on the road, Labor galery, Budapest,HU (2013)
23 m2, Veder Utca 21, Budapest,HU (2013)
Design and disaster, Dutch Desgin Week, Eindhoven, NL (2017)
Intersectional Perspectives on Design, Politics and Power Symposium , Malmö, SE (2016)
Complications Occurred: A Graphic Design Speed Course, ArtSience Interfaculty, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (2017) together with Manus Nijhoff
Lust, The Hague, (2016)
Chaumont Graphic Design Festival, Chaumont (2015)
Leiden University 440 Lustrum, Leiden (2015)
Studio, Amadaus Art Foundation, Budapest (2011)
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