As a Hungarian and American citizen, and as an artist studying in the U.K, my practice
innately deals with questions of belonging, truth and fiction in relation to memory. Through experimentation with the mediums of painting, installation and printmaking I aim to create surfaces entrenched in the tense dialectic inherent to these themes. The sources of the figures and compositions I use vary from automatic drawings, to observational sketches, from documentary films to feature films, from literature to folklores. My process is scattered over the aforementioned mediums and builds distance between the source images by way of repetition, analysis and appropriation. I aim to delineate a space similar to that of a sketchbook, visceral and constantly in flux, to create a panopticon of moments in order to achieve achieve a strange, paradoxically fragmented narrative that is suspiciously aware of its own limitations and of the viewers’ gaze.