I deal with several interrelated subjects in my works. On the one hand I am interested in selfreflection, secondly I argue the relationship of people and their environment, and how they interact with each other in the city where we live. The images approach underground and overground public spaces, gateways objectively, where the viewer can position himself easily. The represented multilayer urban reality mirrors how we participate in the society in several ways. The meaning of the city is people who lives, works, entertains or demonstrates there and it means also the built environment itself for sure. In my view we cannot avoid to understand this environment. The garbage cans, lamp posts and world of benches tell more than we would think. It may become visual trash but it can be an evidant expression of the culture as well.
    
 Why the city can do a right social imprint is just because the inhabitants – who are not turists in the city – behave unconsciously and they hardly become aware of the urban locations.
    
 As subject of my works I choose the most common places, which are ours but actually nobody owns them I just disbranch the places of picture, text and advertisement cavalcade. The chaos of visual and textual signs reduce people themselves to be only signs. It seems the empty-places – ’non-places’ – do not exist in human sensory preception but these are still there. We use them many cases but their existence is only peripheral for us.
    
 On the other hand I emphasize fact based, long lasting unsolved problems in the Hungarian society through space-concepts, namely public squares represented in my series. I do it without expressing my view politically. The images give an objective documentation of the facts, we all know, but we do not like to think of, so we simply delete them from our sight. Whether they are street workers or the remains of a defunct company’s  extinguished neon signs. Renaming the squares creates a paradox, in which the old and new names live together in a coexistence – for example: Moszkva Square with Széll Kálmán Square, which makes people confused and uncertain.
    
 Sound waves appears on the present canvases which are transplanted from my previous music themed series. These return as variable and permanent signs in the works. The sounds that is the noise of built urbanized world appears visually as the signs are sewn into the canvas or symbolized by the facture of coarse canvas. The tokens affect each other. and those can be conceptualized separately for each. The presence of noise is constant but barely visible from a distance.
    
 Manual workers are the protagonists in a number of my work. Because of the economic crisis the rising unemployment forced a lot of people to leave their original professions and they often can do public physical work for starvation wages. The workers became icons in my series who got incidental personalities and they can be easily replaced if necessary. Some of them continues doing this work while the others may change job as soon as the opportunity presents itself. This is visualized by etching the figures in the plexi which only can be seen through lit images. The most visited iconical places in Budapest provide the scene of my pictures. These are the turists favourite destinations. I make the manual workers visible in these places and sometime I complete the works with advertisement texts, proverbs or grabbed sentences from job advertisements. These slogans allow free association for the viewer.