My work has been selected for the Art Paris Art Fair, where I exhibited these new sculptures, as part of the series Studies on my Grandmas’ Garden, The Act of Producing, The Pigment Change.
I am excited to share that this month I have been working on some artworks for One Art Taipei Art Fair, where V&E Art and Fisheye Gallery will be presenting my work.
This November I was back at Paris Photo thanks to the BMW Laureates retrospective!
Beyond thrilled about my upcoming solo show with TOBE Gallery, which is now representing my work too!
Kinga German, curator of the Venice Biennale Hungarian pavilion will open the exhibition as part of FOTÓHÓNAP - Hungarian Month of Photography.
The exhibition will go together with a week-long series of lectures, talks and workshops at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.
I am absolutely thrilled to be an upcoming artist in residency at the Laboratory of Plants Microbes and Environment Interactions (LIPME) which belongs to the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), the largest science agency in Europe, and the INRAE, France’s new National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment. In 2023, I’ll be developing my next project Artists A-Z, which takes a non-anthropocentric scientific and philosophical perspective, to acknowledge plants’ intelligence, agency, interiority, and artistic capabilities.
In the upcoming weeks, I’ll be presented at the Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle de Toulouse as the new established artist taking part in residency while I also acting as a jury member of the panel choosing the 2023 emerging artists supported by the 1+2 residency programme.