She graduated in 2008 with a degree in sculpture from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where her tutors were Zoltán Karmó and György Jovánovics. Besides the traditional materials of sculpture (wood, stone, bronze, iron), she uses other experimental materials and techniques, and also makes location-specific space installations and video works. She exhibits her work regularly. In 2017 she won the award of the Hungarian Academy of Arts at the 4th Biennial of Sculpture, and in 2018 the Grand Prize of the 24th Winter Exhibition of Miskolc. Her many scholarships include: Ludwig Scholarship, Párizs (2003), KOGART Scholarship, Italy (2009), Derkovits Scholarship (2013–2014), Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy in Rome (2019). Her works feature in several public and private collections in Hungary, as well as the collection of the 21 C Museum (Louisville, Kentucky, USA).
detail of the iron plate installation consisting of 13 pieces
photograph: Imre Elek