Hajnalka Tarr (b. 1977) has been interested in the visual manifestation of reality since the beginnings of her artistic practice.
From her drawings, installations and photo-based works unfolds the fundamental desire for a tangible truth, which, in turn, is constantly confronted with the emotionally affected reality of the conscious mind. The comforting laws of physics are time and again overwritten by psychology, by the ever-changing private reality.
In Tarr's art, the intellect ceaselessly seeks to find its way across the labyrinth of emotions. Having emerged in the neo-conceptual environment of the late nineties, Hajnalka Tarr's sensual creative praxis merges intellectual distance with the claim of self-exposure.