Anthropology, Sculpture, and Video Installation
Judit Kis’ video performances and virtual diaries reflect on the experiences and traumas that shape identities, personal boundaries and behavioral patterns. Kis explores the possibility to integrate healing rituals in her practice through experiments with sculpture and the digital engagement of her audiences. Her work has been exhibited at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Center for Contemporary Art in Glasgow, Topic Gallery in Geneva, Leiminspace in Los Angeles, ZÖNOTÉKA in Berlin, Pärnu Video Art Festival in Tallinn, New Budapest Gallery and Crosstalk International Video Festival in Budapest. She is the 2020 winner of the 2020 Acax Leopold Young Visual Award.