(1950-2012) She received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts. Her work is fundamentally sculptural, governed by an ambition to create form and organise space. She created her glass compositions mainly from glued, sand-blast plate glass which unfold their message and xenolithic effect through the included materials. Her work can be found in museums worldwide, including the Musee du Louvre in Paris, Corning Museum of Art in New York, Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands, and the British Museum in London.