Belonging to the youngest generation of Hungarian artists, Tranker Kata's socially sensitive focus of interest has long been on the human nature and the boundary between appearance and reality. Her socio-historical analysis - focusing on the symbiotic relationships - results in identity questions. The installations composed of variable drawings and objects are mostly narrative, but not giving the viewer a linear plot or interpretation. The artist creates fiction based spatial systems that raise questions for the viewer and offer room for interpretation. Accordingly, the artist's use of exhibition space is not merely a presentation of individual works but also weaves together complex stories that make each work and item an indispensable part within a larger whole.