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Studio Location
"Changing times", Video about the performance, Berlin, 2009
"Tetrix wardrobe" Installation, Mixed media, Budapest, 2006
"Map" Performance, Cutted grass, Venice, 2005
"Some artist are subverisve are shamans are real scientists", Installation, Berlin, 2010
"Who is the Shaman who stole the stars?", Performance, Installation, New York, 2010
Artist's Statement

Timea Anita Oravecz’s artistic production is based on different mediums like sculptures, objects, installation, performance, public art, site-specific intervention and videos.
The point of departure of her art work is her personal history: in the past ten years she lived in different West European Countries challenged by the cultural and social diversities compared to her childhood in the socialist regime in Hungary. Her past experience as immigrant influenced strongly her artistic expression and as well, this is the reason why she became more sensitive for social problems and caring for people who actually live on the edge as a fragment of the society. She is interested in working on the conflict between bureaucratic procedures and individual needs, starting from the inner confrontation between personal identity, culture of origin and need of integration.


Timea Anita Oravecz was born in Budapest in 1975; graduated at 2007 BFA, Accademia di Belle Arti, Department of Sculpture, Venice (IT), (110/110 Cum Laude); and she has won several grants eg.The First Prize, 88ma Mostra Collettiva Bevilacqua, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice (Italy)(2004); 2005-2006, Scholarship involving the use of an Artist Studio, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation,Venice (Italy) 2008-2009 DAAD Fellowship Awarded Artist, UDK Berlin (Germany); and 2009 Hans Purrmann Prize, Stadt Speyer (DE), V4 AiR Residency Program at the Triangle Arts Association, New York (USA) at the moment 2009-2010 Meisterschüler by Professor Olafur Eliasson, Institut fur Raumexperimente,Berlin (Germany)