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Sabrina Komár explores her personal history through a range of traditional and digital photographic interventions. She describes her work as self-portraiture, as well as 'internal monologues'.
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Having graduated as an economist in her early twenties, Sabrina Komár went onto complete an MA in Textiles over 10 years later. As her creative practice grew, her work became increasingly experimental, crossing various artistic genres and mediums. While primarily concerned with photography for its unparalleled realism, Komár finds the medium in its traditional sense stifling. Merging a wide range of analogue and digital techniques allows Komár to work with freedom. She intervenes on traditional practices with various manipulations, most notably ‘scanography’ on polaroids, photograms, lumen prints and chemigrams.
“I want to show reality, more precisely, the reality of myself, but not quite the way traditional photography does.” Komár’s work often acquires a spatial dimension that explores her personal history. They are at once self-portraits and internal monologues.
Komár has won the BIFA (Budapest International Foto Awards) 2020, Best new talent, FAPA (Fine Art Photography Award) 2021, and came third place in the Photo manipulation category.