Aniko Gajdocsi works with mixed media collage processes, with an interest in subverting the factual aspects of photographic representation in order to create new imaginary potentials and fictional visual worlds. The main theme of her work is landscape, explored in the form of invented, fabricated places; while also focusing on the discussion between photography and painting, and exploring painting in the digital photographic context. “I employ a number of manual and digital manipulations during the creative process, to deliberately degrade and abstract from the realities of my source visuals, welcoming glitches and errors in the process, and opening up the possibilities of new narratives.”
Originally from Hungary, Aniko graduated with a BA Fine Art degree from Winchester School of Art in 2014, and now continues her practice as a freelance artist in the UK. The Jam Factory is pleased to present her first solo exhibition.
The exhibition will include recent digital collage and painting works, as well as smaller digital reproductions of the bigger works for sale.