Gabriella Csoszó lives and works in Budapest. Her work examines the history of the recent past, analyzing the role of radio and archives in democracy, as well as gradations in the communication of freedom and propaganda. As a photographer, she has been documenting important events of the Hungarian opposition since 2011. Her blog, Free Doc operates as an online photo-archive. Csoszó founded a contemporary photography educational program in Budapest fifteen years ago whose goal is the processing of social and political issues with photography. She also teaches photography at the International Business School in Budapest since 2014. Csoszó is in residence at Triangle from September–November 2015.