She completed her undergraduate and master’s degrees in design theory at the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts. She has started her doctoral studies in the autumn of 2017, MOME Art Science – Design Culture doctoral program of the Department of Science, where her research topic is the porcelain design activity of Éva Ambrus and the history of the Porcelain Factory in Hódmezővásárhely. She has been working as a museologist since graduating in October 2013 in the Ceramics and Glass Collection of the Museum of Applied Arts, she is also an assistant professor at the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts, where she teaches art history and applied art history.
Her main research interests are historical and contemporary ceramic and glass art, silicate aspects of contemporary design culture, object culture, porcelain, ceramic, and glass history.
At the conference, she will address the concept of the Ceramics Space.