Andrea Éva Győri (b. 1985, Hungary) lives and works in Maastricht and Berlin. Győri's very personal, very intimate kind of storytelling is unique. She implements these stories in a wide range of works, such as performances, videos, installations, sculptural works and drawings. Her body of work raises questions about family and femininity, the self-image, and self-assessment in a way that reveals the viewers own setting. Andreas Éva Győri's practice is driven by curiosity, she uses her artistic projects to answer her own questions. The proximity to her protagonists is of major importance to her. A skilled observer of human relations, she takes up the role of observer, participant, and examined person at the same time. This allows her to join the collaborating participants in a mutual exploration of subjects of general concern, such as physical and psychological needs, fantasies, sexuality, phobia, fun, pain, cultural norms and their overcoming. Andrea Éva Győri graduated in Fine Arts at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Stuttgart in the class of Christian Jankowski, Mike Bouchet and Felix Ensslin. She studied Fine Arts at the HONGIK University, East Asian Painting in Seoul (Korea) and followed a guest course in Human Anatomy and Autopsy at the Medical University of Budapest. Győri has presented her work at international institutions, including Haus der Kunst, Munich; Jan Van Eyck Instituut, Maastricht; Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art, Middelburg; Grimmuseum, Berlin; MANIFESTA 11, Zürich; Art Brussels 35th, Brussels; MIKVE Museum, Budapest; Victoria Art Center, Bukarest; SeMA NaNJI Exhibition Hall, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul; Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei; /si:n/ Biennial for Videoart and Performance in Palestine, Ramallah.