2020: Dominika Trapp: PORTFOLIO

Dominika Trapp graduated as a painter at The Hungarian University of Arts, Budapest in 2012, she is currently enrolled in the doctoral program of MOME—University of Applied Arts Budapest.
In her recent research-based solo projects she has dealt with the relation of the individual to ecological crisis and the artist’s competence in this context. In her curatorial work, she attempts to create dialogues for communities that are separated from each other because of cultural, political, geographical or other reasons. In her latest collaborative solo show, she focused on and stretches the boundaries defined by folk culture. Looking behind the ideals conveyed by folk music and folk dance, as well as behind the discursive, symbolic and somatically engrained elements of rural culture, the exhibition attempted to reread these communal norms from a present perspective. 
Intestines of Chris Kraus, 2015
Intestines of Chris Kraus, 2015
Let Down Your Sceptre, Queen, 2018
Let Down Your Sceptre, Queen, 2018
Unio Plastica, 2019
Unio Plastica, 2019
Intestines of Simone Weil, 2015
Intestines of Simone Weil, 2015
Crystal Clear Diet, 2016
Crystal Clear Diet, 2016
Black and Green, 2016
Black and Green, 2016
Prolapse Portraits, 2020
Prolapse Portraits, 2020
'Don't Lay Him on Me', 2020
'Don't Lay Him on Me', 2020
The Body of The Peasant Woman, 2020
The Body of The Peasant Woman, 2020
Peasants in Atmosphere, 2018
Peasants in Atmosphere, 2018
Peasants in Atmosphere, 2018
Peasants in Atmosphere, 2018
To Become an Artist to Become Enstranged, 2018
To Become an Artist to Become Enstranged, 2018
Pre-Industrial Techno Set, 2018
Pre-Industrial Techno Set, 2018
Peasants in Atmosphere, 2018
Peasants in Atmosphere, 2018
Intestines of Medieval Female Mystics, 2015
Intestines of Medieval Female Mystics, 2015
La Caduta di Poseidone, 2017
La Caduta di Poseidone, 2017