Flóra Pálhegyi (b. 1989) has a strong attitude towards visual thinking and experimenting. It is typical of her artistic practice to use graphic elements on unusual materials and in irregular environments, also to investigate the relation between plane surfaces and spatial settings. Besides the instinctive, intuitive gestures, conceptuality is equally significant. Her center of interest is the combination of the personal-anecdotal qualities with collective experiences. Interactions come to life at the conjuncture of private and public functions as identifying practice, but here identity is not used as a political position, rather as a tool for experiencing intimacy.
Recurring themes are the tragedy of the social constructedness of womanhood, the possibilities in the banality of everyday life and the creation of subjective history. Apart from her solo projects, collaborative, interaction based works have the same importance in her work.