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Other
Projects


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Ginger

2020
digital print

Made for ‘Színtiszta Stresszoldó’ blog



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Mikado unit of time

2020
risograph print series

Made for  Zina no.7 fanzine



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Graftage 1, 2

2020
A/1 digital prints

Exhibition:
n°1 Fák Újéve edition fanzine 02.28., 2020



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Keep it clean

2019
framed giclée print,
textile


Exhibition:
LOOP at MŰTŐ gallery, BP.
12.13.-29., 2019



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Misscarriage of a shelter
      
2019
digital print, sponge,
plastic tube, lattice

Exhibition:
PLAY at MŰTŐ gallery, BP.
10.26. – 11.10., 2019
Building a ‘bunker’ is a juvenile gesture. It is constructed with the available materials and tools, its spontaneous and naive. A stronghold raised in safe space, the conventional and instinct driven archetypical construction of defence. It manifests the needs of identity and personal world-building. At that young age it is pivotal in terms of social relations to manifest the relationships of danger, safety and defence and remain in that safe space. Meanwhile  an authentic experience comes from the ongoing struggle to ‘survive’. Fear is innate, its subject to be learned.
As an adult, it is vital to have a quick and constructive reaction at the time of danger, they actively obliterate the threat. The strategy of the child is to hide and lay low, quite passive compared to an adult. Your ‘adultness’ is questioned if you do not act accordingly. The ever judging social environment evaluates your attitude and makes it impossible to traverse between worlds. For that very reason failure is multi -faceted. To even voice your need of such place shows your incompetence in these matters. As a naive and spontaneous child, a successful ‘bunker’ is eminent and you gain the adult world’s favour. Adults reacting in times of crisis -trying to adopt these ‘childish’ methods-  lose these complexions and implement additional hard-wired safety measures. That way all those craved spontaneous  acts are lost for good.
   


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PURGATION 1,2,3
      
2019
digital printed textiles,
basin, washing powder
Exhibition:
What aboute them?
at The Brody Collection, BP.
03.16. – 30., 2020



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More or Less

2019
digital print in fanzine

Illustration for ‘Empty Horses Zine’ - Mate it for Péter Lichters film.



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DEPI

We were depressed and thought how original it would be to make something out of it. We chose to make a zine, because it's just a zine, it comes without any responsility. We had a lot of friends in the same shoes, so we called them to do a few pages. This is what it has become.


2017
A/5 digital print, fanzine

publised by:
Double Chin Corp.

Made by:
Andrea Ausztics, Kata Kállai M., Zsuzsa Kállai,
Lisa Jura, Flóra Pálhegyi, Attila Somos, Fanni Solymár, Karen Solymár, Tamás “Lavor” Komár, Balázs Varju Tóth