Csilla Klenynszki (1986) was born in Budapest Hungary. After her Dutch Language and Literature & Communication Science Studies at the Karoli Gaspar University in Budapest, she has completed her BA Photography at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Csilla is currently enrolled at Dutch Art Praxis at the Dutch Art Institute.
A search for balance with a problem-solving attitude characterises her work. Within her current practice, she carefully examines and deconstruct personal – but universally known – challenges such as parenthood, gender, and the malleability of self-identity through the passage of time. Works, such as “Pillars of home”, “to make time”, “House/hold” or the “Mothers in Arts Residency” aim to give solutions that range from the practical to the absurd. Although her approach is analytic, the nature of the work is highly playful and experimental. To give a new perspective she often plays with the borders of nonsense with a constant attraction to physical and mental tension. Csilla’s work is part of the Vontobel Collection, AMC Collection and private collections.