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Andy Warhol parafrázis / Andy Warhol paraphrase

This video is a paraphrase of Andy Warhol’s short film “Andy Warhol eating a hamburger”, in which the artist eats a Burger King hamburger with Heinz catchup. The original video was shot in 1981. The person has changed, but the brands are the same. For companies like theese we are just consumers who need to […]

TV Mediatation

TV meditáció / TV Meditation

TV Meditation is a video installation about the suggestive nature of television. The content of the monitor remains hidden until the viewer puts on special pair of glasses. With the glasses on the viewer can watch a video about a blank screen coming closer to him/her, until the entire screen becomes empty again. Year: 2013 […]



On their official website the Hungarian Police have released security camera images of wanted people. Although these images are for identification, this is nearly impossible due to the low resolution of the cameras. Year: 2013 Exhibitions: 2014 Art Market, Budapest, Hungary


Mérték / Measurement

In this video installation I measure the financial and the artistic value of Damien Hirst’s diamond skull called ‘For the Love of God’, which is one of the most expensive contemporary artworks. The installation consists of two parts, a televison and a pedestal. The pedestal holds a glass bowl full of apples. As time passes […]


Nézőpont / Viewpoint

According to the conventional view on art the artist creates the artwork and exhibits it in a gallery, then the viewer watches the artwork and has some kind of reaction to it. But what if we change the role of the viewer and the artwork? I have created an interactive installation to answer this question. […]

Black Hole

Fekete lyuk / Black Hole

“In conceptual art the idea or concept is the most important aspect of the work. When an artist uses a conceptual form of art, it means that all of the planning and decisions are made beforehand and the execution is a perfunctory affair. The idea becomes a machine that makes the art.” – Sol LeWitt. […]