Judit Navratil

  • Hungary (b. 1982 in Szombathely)
  • Currently in San Francisco, United States.
  • Judit’s practice is multivalent, engaging performance, social practices, drawing, as well as video and VR; investigating the possibilities and dangers of ‘home’ in cyberspace. Judit is a Long Distance Somersaulter (LDS), seeking for higher alternatives.


My hammock is Your hammock

My hammock is Your hammock

  • 2018
  • Chalk on Paper
  • 30 x 16 cm

  • Drawing I made at the Monster Drawing Rally fundraiser for Southern Exposure
  • Life is circus - thumbnail My hammock is Your hammock - thumbnail Tree Friends - thumbnail Where did the Friendship begin?  - thumbnail Visit Your Zoo Often - thumbnail

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    Life is Circus | 2017 - 2019

// In Defense of the Poor Home // I’m moving around in the in-between phases, spaces: observing the realms of pre-language, gibberish, glossolalia; the boundaries of entropy and quality. My interest lies in the social effects of the high paced migration, the aftermath of the postcolonial period and the pre-blueprints of power lines in cyber space. Regarding the article of Hito Steyerl: In Defense of the Poor Image2 and my personal experiences, I’m wondering about the human conditions when travelling and communication is faster than ever, yet we have no time to learn basic survival skills; generations are separated so new kind of communities emerge and fall apart with the speed of internet memes. How do we activate our seeds and what do we grow from this trans-national, global liquidity? What does HOME mean and when does it become and institution? Poor Homes have no Hats. WE are the hats - the Garbage and the Treasure.