My works are exploring the possibilities how to integrate my continuously constructed identity into society and documenting how I keep stretching my boundaries when presented with existential problems or emotionally difficult situations. With my intention to be transparent and embrace vulnerability, I would like to deepen the perception of the subject to a very personal and intimate level. The videos are illustrations of my writings, thoughts and my personal improvement. The works are quiet immaterial but in order to set up my video-performances I often create objects and build installations. Recently I started to create bricks from different materials that are signed by words reflecting both to their composition and human traits. My idea is to symbolise the elements of identities and the burdens of repetitive patterns. My practice is not only a self-healing process, but it also allows the audience to discover familiar patterns within their own life experiences concerning human relations and love affairs.
Judit Kis is a an emerging artist based in Budapest. She received her MA Intermedia Art degree in 2015 at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where she also graduated from Fine Art Theory and Curating. She studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London and participated in short residencies and workshops internationally. In 2016 she had a solo show in Geneva and exhibited her works at the New Budapest Gallery through the TIMEBASE media art exhibition. In 2019 she won the Derkovits Scholarship and exhibited at the Kunsthalle Budapest. She has a variety of works inspired by her private life experience as well as observations of public situations.