Coloured sketchbook - 2018
I miss you - 2016
I found a deck of dog themed cards with different kinds of dogs. I cut out the dogs from the cards and placed the residual ‘background’ on a found/family photo. The image of the dog was placed on the other side of the book with a blank background. Either there is a dog on each page or the absence of it, but you can feel that something is missing. I used the image of the dog as the symbol of unconditional love and loyalty.
One dog - 2014
In this sketchbook I juxtaposed proverbs/idioms about dogs with dog-stickers supplemented with pencil drawings.
Messages - 2014
In this tiny book I wrote sentences taken from different communication channels, such as: chat-, messenger-, and real conversations, e-mails, regular mails and also from my dream-diary. These excerpts are on one side of the book, and on the other side there are minimal visual informations regarding to the texts.
Can we understand each other?/Did we touch each other? - 2014
'exercise book for people in love'
Originally this booklet was a school exercise book and was the property of my father. Its title, the two phrases: 'Can we understand each other?' and 'Did we touch each other?' is a word-game. In Hungarian the expression is the same but it has two different meanings. I used cards from the Hungarian card deck, different photos from newspapers, a biology book, and also texts. Excerpts chosen from random newspapers, supplemented with Hungarian folk song fragments with the theme of love. Most of the Hungarian folklore poetry is about love and fairly sad.
The Death has hatched - 2013
'How many DEATHS you can see in the circle? Draw as many circles in the square as many DEATH you have counted in the circle!'
'Cross out the longest DEATH!'
'Colour the thickest DEATH!'
'Circle the shortest DEATH!'
'Draw a little DEATH on the widest street!
'Which bucket contains the most DEATHS? Colour it blue! Which contains the less? Cross it out with a green pencil!'
'Father likes this'
'Which chicken laid more DEATHS? Colour it brown, and its eggs yellow! Write correctly the comparison sign to the empty squares!'