She was born in 1948 in Pecs, Hungary. She attended the state art high school and graduated in carpet and tapestry weaving in 1967. In the same year the artist began teaching decorative art and weaving in Hungary. She moved to Italy in 1969 and continued her artistic activity by participating in exhibitions and cultural initiatives and teaching the technique of weaving in various courses for both adults and children.
Since 1976 she has exhibited with solo and group shows, both in Italy and abroad. The titles of the solo exhibitions were “CONTACT” and “ADRIANA’S THREAD.”
In the course of my activity I was always interested in researching natural materials that could interact with loom weaving and yarns. I have always searched for all sorts of yarns that I could weave, from hemp, to jute yarns, to trimmings, to the mix of yarns from spools of discarded sweaters (kindly granted by the artisan knitters of Maranello-MO); I have integrated wooden sticks, leaves, shells, and plastic into the weaving stage. My research is based on one purpose, to bring out the sense of touch, and thanks to weaving, I was able to range and experiment at 360°
La vita vive e vuole vivere
Timore per il futuro
Poesia di Eluard