When I begin to construct a piece, I am conscious of the fragility of biological existence, its delicate surface subject to limitations, the creeping eventual deterioration, and the occasional moments of the miraculous.
Born in Hungary, I moved to the UK in 2003. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins, I currently live and work in London.
A fascination with life, and ultimately death, has often been the trigger for my artistic expression, and so there is from the start a marked sense of ambiguity in my work, a sense of simultaneous possibilities. In attempting to allow viewers the possibility of becoming deeply immersed in an ambience of senses and emotions, I found it necessary to create an impact similar to that of a dose of fundamentally experienced reality. In order to achieve this, I chose to involve both living and dead organisms (their deaths having been caused by either natural causes or accidents), everyday objects and objets trouvés, both natural and manufactured; all experienced in a duration of reality - that is, time.
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