judit flóra schuller

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︎ portfolio
     Memory Theatre
︎ portfolio
     Light Observations
︎ texts, research


judit flóra schuller

︎ Information
︎ portfolio
     Memory Theatre
︎ portfolio 
     Light Observations
︎ texts, research 




Education
2015-2018 Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Photography - Helsinki (MA)


2011-2014 Budapest Metropolitan University of Applied Sciences, Media Department, Photography (BA)


Exhibitions

Solo

2019     Memory Theatre: Tanganyika, Galerie Panel, Prague, (curator: Flóra Gadó)   

2018     Memory Theatre. Artist House Gjutars, Helsinki

              Memory Theatre. Labor Gallery, Budapest
              (curator: Flóra Gadó)                   

2017     Land Transformed. Myymälä2 Gallery, Helsinki
             (with Lotta Blomberg and Hilla Kurki)       

Group

2020    Slow Life, Ludwig Museum, Budapest
              Pesach, 2B Gallery, Budapest
              Download, Várfok Project Room, Budapest
              DERKÓ2020. Kunsthalle, Budapest

2019     For Family Reasons, MODEM, Debrecen, Hungary

             Camera Lucida, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest   

             Silence, Pannonhalma Archabbey, Hungary
             (curator: Nikolett Erőss)   

             Secret Passover, 2B Gallery, Budapest   

             Blurring the Lines, HKU, Utrecht   
             The Anatomy of Photography, Rómer Flóris Museum, Győr, Hungary   

2018     Vanishing Points 3.0, Hungarian Jewish Museum, Budapest
              Blurring the Lines, Espace F15, Paris   
              Time of our lives?, Modem, Debrecen, Hungary
              ‘A jövőt végképp eltörölni’, Hungarian University of
              Fine Arts, Budapest


2017     Patron. Studio Gallery, Budapest

             Estonian Photographic Art Fair, Tallin, Estonia    

             Digital Sculptor? The 3D printing and visual arts,
             Studio Gallery, Budapest
             Hey, We Are In Space!, Otaniemi Free Space, Espoo, (FI)              
             Exceptio Regulam Manducat, Labor Gallery, Budapest

2016     In Essence. K.A.S. Gallery, Budapest

             Patron, Studio Gallery, Budapest    
             Art-Craft-Design, Charity Auction, Budapest Music Center, Budapest
             Vienna Photobook Festival, Vienna, Austria
             Mamavore Photobook, Omnivore Gallery, Budapest

             Ongoing h/Histories, Studio Gallery, Budapest

2015     Interpret*Art - Save as, OFF Festival, Bratislava, Slovakia
             The Language of Memory, PhotoVisa Festival, Krasnodar, (RU)
             Ties, kArton Gallery, Budapest
             Photo/Book, PIM Museum of Literature, Budapest        
             Processing, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest    
             ESSL Art Award, Nominees exhibition, Budapest Gallery, Budapest
             ‘FÉNYképek’, A38 and Flux Gallery, Budapest   

2014     Hello your name is, Paloma, Budapest
              Doubles, Institut Für Alles Mögliche, Berlin, Germany  
              [re:prezent], Open Project Space, Budapest    
              Faces, bodies, Casati Art Corner, Budapest   
              BKF Diploma 2014, Bálna Budapest    

2013     Slow Pictures, Mediawave Festival, Kovács Manor-house, Kisharsány (HU)

              Second Stage, Mai Manó House Project Gallery, Budapest

Curatorial projects

2019-    PaperLab, Mai Manó House
2016     Ongoing h/Histories, Studio Gallery, Budapest (together with Anna Ádám and Flóra Gadó)

Internship

Gallery Taik Persons, Berlin (2016 autumn)

HIAP (Helsinki International Artist Programme) (2016 summer)

Grants


Derkovits Gyula scholarship (2020)
Asylum Arts Project Grant (2018)

Aalto ARTS Grant (2017, 2016)

Aalto ARTS Internship Grant (2016)

Erasmus Grant (2016)

Awards

MODEM Art Award (2018)

ESSL Art Award, nominee (2015)

Residencies, workshops

2020    Artist in Residence, Balassi Institute, Rome, Italy
2019     Artist in Residence, Atelierhaus Salzamt, Linz, Austria

2019     Salzburg Summer Academy supported by Erste Stiftung

2018     Asylum Arts International retreat, New York

2018     Summer School as School, Stacion Center for Contemporary Art, Prishtina, Kosovo

2018     Artist in Residence, Helsinki (Vantaa), in collaboration with
              Budapest Gallery

2017     Artist Retreat, Vienna, Austria

2017     Asylum Arts Poland Retreat in collaboration with Polin Museum, Warsaw, Poland

2016     Artist Workshop at the Western Galilee, Israel


Membership


2016     Studio of Young Artists’ Association, Hungary (FKSE)

2016     Vory, Union of Student Photographers of Finland

2014     Studio of Young Photographers, Hungary (FFS)

Selected publications

Élet és Irodalom. György Péter: ‘Derkó. A hazától távol’ 2020/10
Élet és Irodalom. György Péter: ‘Isten csendje és a mi hallgatásunk.’ 2019/35
Csend, Pannonhalma catalogue, 2019
Time of our Lives, catalogue. MODEM, 2019

Blurring the Lines, catalogue. Urbanautica Institue, Paris, 2018

Igen is, nem is - Enyészpontok 3.0.Rózsa T. Endre, Újművészet 2018/1

Women in Spotlight. Interview, Barta Edit, 2018

Balkon. Inside Express:Stored Archive, Towards Nothingness. Budapest, 2017/5

Otso Kantokorpi: Epäpaikan lumo, kansanuutiset.fi, 2016

Torso Magazine. Helsinki, 2016/1

Der Grief online

‘Történetekből összeálló történelem.’ Margl Ferenc, ujmuveszetfolyoirat.hu, 2016

Balkon. Hermann Veronika: ‘Változatok fogalmiságra - ESSL ART AWARD CEE 2015’. Budapest, 2015/7

Átformált illúziók - Essl Art Award 2015. Benkő Zsuzsanna, ujmuveszetfolyoirat.hu, 2015

Kipakolt emlékek. PHOTO/BOOK és ELŐHÍVÁS, artportal.hu, 2015

HELLO YOUR NAME IS, Interview, Le Monde Diplomatique, Hungary. Ádám Anna. 2014/11

Fotóművészet. Somogyi Zsófia: ‘Fotózom, tehát gondolkodom - gondolkodom, tehát fotózom’. Budapest, 2014/3





BIO
Judit Flóra Schuller (1991) is a visual artist currently based in Budapest. She obtained her Master of Arts degree from Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Helsinki (FI) in 2018. Her main interest is based on the topic of inherited (traumatic) remembrance and its effects on our personal and collective remembrance and identity. She often uses her own family heritage as a starting point, and by doing so she aims to approach a collective reconciliation with the unprocessed narratives of the past through personal, familial elements and micro-histories.

In her other works (Light Observation), she engages the question of visual perception through analogue photographic experiments, by focusing on the observation of sunsets, re-created skyscapes and artificial light sources. 


CONTACT
schuller.judit(at)gmail.com
+36304320873 (HU)