Hungarian artist working in textiles, workshops, and recycling projects. She received her Masters In Textile Design from the Moholy-Nagy
University of Art Design Budapest, in 2018. The focus of her interest is on patterns that she approach in many aspects. She also works as a designer producing surface patterns for fabric as well as an artist working on topics like reimagine ancient crafts, traditions and stereotypes, or rethink the consumer culture habits.
The paper trunk minimalist furniture built from never used advertisement flyers. The creation was inspired by the superfluity, the unnecessary time investing, and the simple visual appearance. The utilization approximate to the original condition and value, the tree, which mainly the flyers are made of.
Tóvaj Rozália: Rönk/ Trunk