The human figure is a central tenet within my wider art practice. In previous work I've examined concepts of identity, persona, and the body through sculpture, video, and installations, while also adding a critical narrative, considering women’s roles in society and history. My current body of work, an ongoing project titled "Amorphous", consist of abstract forms in which I focus on representing macro proportions of the the body and the psyche. By using intuitive processes of free association, I create images that oscillate between representation and abstraction and imagine corporeal landscapes of the internal.

       I'm a New York-based artist, born in Budapest, Hungary, who immigrated to the United States as a child and grew up amid the experimental theater group, Squat Theatre, where I was a frequent performer. Exhibition venues in New York City include The Cynthia Broan Gallery; The Royal Gallery; and The Anthology Film Archives. Internationally, my work has been exhibited in Paris, Budapest, and Sofia. Press includes Juxtapoz Magazine, Elephant Magazine, NY ARTS Magazine, and Vellum Magazine. Residencies included The Ludwig Museum, Liquitex, and the Manhattan Graphics Center. Beginning in 2018, I've served as curatorial and arts administrative intern at several New York based non-profit art organizations and museums including The Jewish Museum.