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'Jelölés | Marking' Solo Show, Budapest GalleryHungary, April 25th June 4th 2017
curated by Szegedy-Maszák Zsuzsanna & Török Tamás, 

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ArtSlant Prize 2016 Grand Prize winner.

Essay, Marking Memory by Andrea Alessi.
ArtSlant prize winners Exhibition, Spring Break Art Show, NY. February 28th – March 6th, 2017.

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'Currently 80' Curated by John Yau,
Sculpture Guild, Westbeth, NY. Februar 5th-24th 2017

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Public Art Commission, Per Cent for Art Scheme, Sligo County Council in partnership with Nazareth Housing Association. In Collaboration with Artist Catherine Fanning

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VISUAL ARTISTS IN PRISON SCHEME AWARD, Castlerea Prison, Co.Roscommon Ireland, December 2016. The Award is co-funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and the Department of Justice, Equality and Reform and administered by the Prison Education Service. 

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'What if we got it wrong' curated by Nora Hickey M’Sichili, Traveling Exhibition 
West Cork Arts Centre, 29.10-13.12.2016
Leitrim Sculpture Centre, 16.09-16.10.2016
Wexford Arts Centre, 10.06-29.07.2016
F.E.McWilliam Gallery, N.I. 12.02-16.04. 2016
Centre Culturel Irlandais, 25.09-4.11 2015 
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Chashama, New York, 'Contained' Curated by Lauren Smith, Sept 8-17th 2106
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New York Art Residency and Studio (NARS) Foundation, 'Entree/Encore', Public Artist Talk, 6-8pm, August 23rd 2016,
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Ortega y Gasset Project, New York, 'Goldenrod', Public Intervention, 3-6 pm, August 14 2016 
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New York Foundation for the Arts, Immigrent Artist Mentoring Program, New York, June-October 2016
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Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY, Education Fellowship and Residency Award, June-August 2016
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'A Dyeing Art' selected group show, Spartanburg Art Museum, SC, USA. 29.09.2015 - 01.14.2016
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TRACE
2015, 6th February-26th March
Site Specific Installation, Serbian Church Gallery, Balassagyarmat, Hungary
Curator Zsolnyanszki Zsolt Benedek,
Guest Speaker Tamas Torok curator, New Budapest Gallery
Supported by  Art Residency Award, Arts Council of Ireland Travel and Training Award
Exhibition Review by Debreceni Boglarka, at the HVG - MUERTO, (in Hungarian)  please click here.
Television Review ( in Hungarian) please click here 
Size: 330-80 cm each work; Materials: wool & video installation

Mark making through motions. The work explores how customary, mechanically performed daily activities embedded itself in our memory and how these movements leave traces and patterns behind them. Looking at the work that women do from day to day and considered menial, and gives it beauty. Examining the act of dipping the mop into the waves, moving slowly through the movements creating a stillness/mindfulness. TRACE merely seeks to preserve a momentary action in time and in space. 


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