I consider my way of seeing things to have been originated at the end of the 1960s, beginning of the 1970s. In those years I wandered throughout the country with my friends, often also by myself and later as a musician. It was maybe the impressions gathered during those years that helped the formation of my visual world. I think I have always been a contemplative type. Living near the City Park (Városliget) I watched passers-by and lonely people sitting on the benches at dawn or dusk. Of what I had not been aware at that time, my photos already revealed, namely, that deeper connections hide beyond the snapped moment, that things more often than not are not what they seem and the moment caught in the picture is but a code for the viewer.
Katalin Vajda: Lovers of Ancona
Várkonyi Andrea , Szaksz Gabriella, Timkó János, Mihályi Orsolya , Bátyai Éva, Bartha Alexandra
Nagy Balázs, Venczel Kovács Zoltán, Rádler Judit, Janisch Éva. Győri 2007