Flóra Borsi (*1993) is a young Hungarian photographer and recent graduate of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest. She lives in Hungary. She has been dabbling in digital manipulation since 2004, but her photography didn’t really take off until 2007. In her photographs she tries, “to visualize the physically impossible,” and, “to communicate emotions, dreams and humor.”
“I usually do self-portraits, concept, photo-manipulations, fashion. The essence of my photos is to visualize the physically impossible. With the portraits I’m trying to mediate. Using myself as a model makes it easier for me to express my ideas and fantasies, even if it means working until 2 am. I can visualize my ideas more effectively and execute them right away.I haven’t mentioned my style, because I think it hasn’t totally emerged, and it’s still developing and forming.”
Her work is already attracting attention and sales to collectors around the world, and has appeared in The Observer (UK), La Repubblica (Italy), The Huffington Post (US), and on BBC Culture (UK).