BOX FULL OF POSTCARDS (ViennaBudapestBelgrade - three cities as one)
Definitions of national and political borders as geographical spaces are in delay regarding our abilities to experience borderless, virtual, trans-national spaces within lost, potential, past, present and future territories, at once. In the present times when notions of center and periphery, inside and outside, east and west, are continually in flux many people find themselves in the global condition of displacement. New nations-within-nations are being created, hybrid nations of (inner or physical) migrants, immigrants and (ex)patriates. How does this affect the collective unconscious? How are common patterns of memories, instincts and experiences being rearranged to conform to new realities? What and where are the true places? Who defines what a true place is? How can we define our experience of a place? This project reflects on how imaginative geography intensifies someone’s own sense of self-description. Box full of postcards, a work in progress, presents collages of memories, documents, souvenirs and messages from a three cities as one.
(1979, Novi Sad) Graduated on the Intermedia department at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest.
Her Work includes conceptual installation, video and photography. Takes part in collaborative and research projects.
She has been exhibited internationally at: Apexart Gallery, New York, USA; Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, USA; Loop festival, Barcelona, Spain; Studio Gallery, Budapest; Knoll Gallery, Vienna and Budapest; IG, Vienna, Budapest, Remont Gallery, Belgrade, etc.
Since 2003, she runs DINAMO artist-run-space with Hajnalka Somogyi. Founder and representative of IMPEX, Contemporary Art Provider.