"I have a slow growing heart grey lichen hides it
As if I existed for the sake of providing a place for
lichens to grow"
Venice Biennale 2018
2018
Music and sound design made for “Liberty Bridge – New Urban Horizons” installation organized by Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art within the framework of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia. The exhibition is open from May 26 to November 25, 2018.

Kriszti’s sophomore collaboration with KultúrGorilla and Studio Nomad examines essential urbanistic issues based on the ideology-free occupation of the Liberty Bridge. What does a free public space mean? How does a bridge act as a medium of freedom? How does the spontaneous occupation of public space influence urban planners and architects?

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Generation Alpha
2017
Kriszti was invited to do foley / sound design and create music for Tamás Simon's short animation film about Generation Alpha. Alpha kids will grow up with iPads in hand and never live without a smartphone and the ability to transfer a thought online in seconds. These massive technological changes, among others, make Generation Alpha the most transformative generation ever. The animation is exploring the reasons behind and asks questions about the seemingly sinister future.

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Forward Patterns Show
2017
Kriszti was invited to create music for Forward Patterns, an ecological fashion show that presents the latest works of Hungarian designers who stand for social and ecological values, by using recycled or biodegradable materials, producing locally or supporting the social integration of less advantaged people.
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Collaborative EP w S Olbricht
2017
A duet is on its way between Kriszti and producer S Olbricht. Will be a quiet set, varying from experimental songforms to murky techno / melancholic house / abstract rhythms.
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Balance
2016
Kriszti created 9 pieces and remixed Offenbach's Barcarolle for 'Balance' performed by Budapest Dance Theatre company.

Dance is nothing else than rhythm and harmony, meaning the constant aspiration for balance – the beauty of which is proven by the existence of ‘off balance’. However, if we identify ‘off balance’ states with evil and consequently we call ‘balance’ states good, we become the victims of self-deception and our existence is lost in static nothingness.

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Blue For B LP
2015
After 2 years of heavy sampling and composing Kriszti's 3rd LP debuted in 2015 May at Whereabouts Records. Dedicated to her sister, Beatrix. Pressed on beautiful deep blue vinyl with a cute jacket designed by Levente Szabó.
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SnjóþotuFótaböð // Sled-Foot-Bath
2014
Icelandic poet, visual and performance artist Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir invited Kriszti to accompany her reading SnjóþotuFótaböð. Video by Vintage Digitalism
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Guppi
2014
Dániel Dicső directed Vasily Sigarev's play accompanied by sound design and music by Kriszti on stage. Leaky pipes and vintage Russian music were put in the limelight.
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Bruise
2013
Graphic artist Notwo aka Tamás Horváth had worked with Kriszti on different occasions, Bruise is just a funny little experiment about switching perspectives: unlike before, this time Tamás created an intended artwork which Kriszti wrote a song about afterwards, using his inspirations for the visuals to shape the sound.
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Touches
2013
Kriszti was involved to create sounds and music for the anatomy of touches. The topic has not been described with any articulated language yet. It has no biography, neither bibliography: no studies are showing, how is the real experience of being touched.

Only art (especially the nonverbal genres: music, visual arts, dance) are tending to show and to reveal the secrets of our sensuality. But intimacy and our bodies cannot be objectified and cannot be (re)produced. Rita Góbi’s performance is a study written in dance language: it is analyzing the act of touching and the person being touched.

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