cropped-andi.jpgAndrea was born in Budapest, Hungary. She works as a filmmaker, curator and visual artist focusing on documentaries, concept videos and printed zines/artbooks with an interest of her own history and heritage. She studied at Eötvös Loránd University’s Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Departments and holds two master degrees in Aesthetics and Cultural Anthropology. The last eight years parallel to her projects she been working on her PhD about Innovative Jewish Museums, a comparison between the European and the American best practises. In the year 2015/16 she was a Fulbright scholar at New York University, thanks to that opportunity she co-curated a mixed-media exhibition about the Jewish district in Budapest that after the New York show travelled to Montreal, Jerusalem, Stockholm and Budapest. Through her own art practice she engages with religion and identity issues. Overall Andrea has worked in moving images and printed platforms since 2006 and she is always looking for new ways to combine her interests. She is mostly based in Budapest but has travelled a lot and lived in New York, Vienna, Tel Aviv, Tarragona and Barcelona for a while.