Zina Szabadszállási-Tóbi


I shape narrow stainless-steel plates to fit onto a face of a human being by press-work, and I can create different square- and curved frames. The frames resemble spectacle frames.  In order to be consequent I also create a strap from steel plates so that it can be fixed on a head. I loop different coloured and sized zip ties on the frame, and I experiment with different images and structures. The plastic fibres partially or fully cover the face but leave the eyes uncovered. By wearing a mask, we not only look different but also can see the reality from a different angle. The field of vision has colourful fibres overhanging and placing a positive filter over our reality and distort our peripheral vision. 

Mentor: Orsolya Poppre 
Fotographer: Adél Koleszár