Ujj, Zsuzsi: First Brochure, 1987. Publication
Ujj Zsuzsi presented her first exhibitions and concerts together. In her oeuvre, the visual arts and poetry that is sung are organically fused, as for instance in the case of Fürst Január ICY (Baksa Soós János), fe Lugossy László, and Nah Te (Vető János). Her knowledge of the oeuvre of the Hajas Tibor, who died at a tragically young age in 1980, was decisive in her work.
In her publication issued on the occasion of her first exhibition and concert (First brochure - Liget Gallery, 1987) she presented twenty-nine photographs and twenty-eight lyrics, along with some scores. Later, she created new photographic works (with the technical assistance of István Halas) in response to invitations to exhibit.
In 1991, she gave up photography. She has since written poems, songs and non-public texts. As the singer and author of the band Csókolom, she published musical recordings in 1994, 1995, 2000, and 2006.
Her visual works consist of carefully arranged black and white photographs and moving images. These images document her non-public performances. Interest in her works became more lively in the second half of the first decade of the new millennium, along with increasing interest in issues of gender representation.
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