“For my residency project in Belfast I have made a short video loop, ideally to be installed in a busy shopping environment. In my practice I focus on personal, public and virtual space through familiar, yet somewhat altered imagery to investigate what we label as ‘reality’. In this work I concentrate on the way we perceive and develop the idea of beauty through certain visual rules, just like perspective, and how those rules could eventually shape our collective standards. The structure and certain elements of the video are based on the contemporary trend of installing large LCD screens in shops - mostly showing beautiful women or mannequins on the catwalk. The virtual, animated model of my video is walking and posing just like real women in those advertisements and broadcasts. Through my work, we have the opportunity to perceive appearance in a completely different, inversed system.”
is a video and media artist, currently living and working in Budapest. She started her studies with both fields of music and art. After graduating at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest in 2005, she continued her studies in Switzerland in the field of New Media. In her projects she attempts to widen our visual and physical perspective by creating alternative perceptual worlds. Her works, mainly experimental videos, have been shown in various festivals, from the Zürich Festival of the Arts to the Seoul International Film Festival.