Hajnalka Tarr (b. 1977) graduated from the department of painting at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in 2006. She works in different media, but mostly realizes installations and objects. She deals with the subject of change and relative existence through the analysis of situations and objects that seem to have very clear and stiff definitions, and commonplace conceptual identities. Her works are mostly process based, the methods she uses are repetitive and time consuming. She tries to demonstrate that a phenomenon doesn’t have a permanent identity or conceptualization, and that the language and concepts we generally associate with it are totally different things. She lives and works in Budapest.