Selection of 9 images. 2010.

“I have always been moved by how gay people develop a sense of creating an illusory projection onto reality, how they create a shield to protect their dreams, and how fragile this state of mind really is. This discrepancy between one’s idea of life and reality is one of the greatest sources of creativity. Skinscapes is a quite to-the-letter portrayal of this facade of a lifestyle. It’s made of glorified youth, beauty, overhyped sex, a fanatic obsession for pop, kitsch, hysteric clubbing and body worship. The original 1982 Tron was of course a huge influence visually, also David Bowie’s Ziggy Startdust… Pink Narcissus by James Bidgood, a milestone in gay visual fantasy. And the disco movement of the sixties, of course.”

Featured in “Photosynth Magazine” and “Budapest Navigator” 11/2010.
Exhibited at “A selection of the work of young photographers from Pécs” – 2010, Pécs