b. 1984, Hungary
Kóródi graduated from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest and currently pursuing her studies in Fine Art at the University of Pécs, Hungary.
With seven solo exhibitions in Budapest, Hungary and in Italy, the artist had also participated in numerous international exhibitions. Kóródi has shown her works that incorporated handcraft, as well as industrial and digital technologies and combine these to evoke the delicate contrasts that help to expose a given problem. The artist is mostly interested in monochromatic plane forms and, lately, in colour transitions.
She always thinks in layers. The layers induce parallel and perpendicular images, which move in both space and time and are characterised by a repeating rhythm. Most of her series of works revolve around the topic of different screens and reflects on the current digital environment. In her sculptures and images, the visual image, movement, or geometry of light is always created between two such layers at a given distance from one other.
Her works are in public collections of the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Consulado General de Húngria, Barcelona in Spain and Ernsting Museum, Lette in Denmark. Recently in 2021, her works have been collected by Hungarian National Bank in Budapest, Hungary.