She earned her degree at the photography programme of the Hungarian University of Applied Arts (now MOME) in 2000. She taught at the same programme between 2000–2002. She has lived and worked in Paris since 2002. In 2003 she received her diploma as a multimedia artist at the École Nationale Supérieure des Créations Industrielles. Acknowledgements: Pécsi József Scholarship, scholarship of the French government and the Soros Foundation, Eötvös Scholarship, scholarship of the Conseil Régional d’Île-de-France. Most recent exhibition: Présences, Labruguière (2013). Her album: Csak képek (Pictures Only, 2001). She applies a documentarian approach in her photos and video works, and offers a different sense of the reality we think we know, thanks to their intuitive handling of time.
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