Acclimate documents how an inhabited area is formed where natural conditions are basically unsuitable for human life. The project aims to represent how mankind adapts to extreme natural conditions by shaping its habitat and how man-made objects redefine raw nature while interacting with it. Through foreign eyes, the location of the works can recall alien landscapes where the magnitude of nature is unquestionable. The contrast is so enormous between this power and everyday use objects that the settings seem almost surreal. However, the photographs of Acclimate unfold a peaceful coexistence between man and nature, thus changing our viewpoint on how adaptable humans are.

Text: Frank Márta Éva

Iceland  I  2017

Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Baryta

60 x 48 cm  I  23,62 x 18,9 in  I  Edition of 5 + 2 AP
100 x 80 cm  I 39,37 x 31,5 in  I  Edition of 3 + 2 AP


The series Time Machine explores how forms and depth can visualise and reveal infinity in an enclosed space by capturing Budapest’s Bauhaus and Art Deco staircases from an unexpected perspective. The images, centred on spiral stairwells from the 1930s and '40s. showcase space and time, as well as movement and supreme craftsmanship. The unusual perspective transforms these stairwells into abstract forms made infinite by collapsing depth—an effect akin to that of two mirrors facing each other, known as the Droste Effect. Thus evoking the idea of a Time Machine, creating portals on the space-time continuum.

Text: Beau Peregoy

Budapest  I  Hungary  I  2013 - 2016

Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Baryta

70 x 46,71 cm  I  27,56 x 18,38 in  I  Edition of 9 + 1 AP
100 x 66,73 cm  I  39,37 x 26,27 in  I  Edition of 9 + 1 AP
140 x 93,43 cm  I  55,12 x 36,78 in  I  Edition of 9 + 1 AP


Amanger Strand is the largest artificial beach in Copenhagen. Built in 1934, today it is a landscape that retains its natural essence, despite the impact, it has received by the hand of man. The series reflects the intimate relationship between the urban furniture and the remodelled coast. With a puritan aesthetic, the images introduce a beach devoid of context, but one where the simplicity in the composition allows objects to explain, by their functionality, the presence of people. All the natural elements appear saturated: the yellow reeds of the dunes, the grass or seaweed of the ocean—while pastel colours cover the facilities and they blur as long as the fog whitens the scene. This way, the urban furniture ,and the gardening engage in dialogue with space, and harmony is created thanks to the little contrast and diffused lighting.

Text: Borja Alcarria Borrás

Copenhagen  I   Denmark  I  2014

Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Baryta

60 x 45 cm  I  23,62 x 17,72 in  I  Edition of 5 + 1 AP
100 x 75 cm  I  39,75 x 29,53 in  I  Edition of 3 + 1 AP