Valeria Fazekas’ projects reveal the permeability that exists between the various disciplines of “Commercial Arts” and “Noble Arts”, and the relationships between functionality and pure aesthetics, decoration and sculpture. Her most recent works reflect (…) perfectly her convictions as a designer: her hats are both Fashion Clothing and Objects, pieces that definitely radiate a sculptural nature.

In her own words, her work is heavily influenced by Constructivism, which in turn directs her to elementary forms of spatial geometry. Malleability, movement and mood have the same importance as the dynamic balance between symmetry and asymmetry. (…) In some of her works, structures constructed from elementary forms are accompanied by the intentional revelation of multiple perspectives, while others interact form and color with exterior textures. Xenia Golub, art historian, adapted.