Kinga Tothrecycled, wasted materials, papers and text

 Kinga Toth (1983, Sárvár, Hungary) writes and publishes short stories, poems and drama pieces in Hungarian, German and English languages. She is a musician, extensive vocalist, visual and sound-poet, presents her work in performances, exhibitions and installations international (e.g. MANIFESTA 11 Zürich; CROWD; OFF Biennale; Wechselstorm Galerie; Akademie Schloss Solitude). She is also philologist and teacher and has worked as a journalist and copy editor of art magazines, and as cultural program organizer. Tóth’s international publications include collections of poetry PARTY (PRAE, 2013, Hungary; BIRDS LCC, U.S.A. 2018), All Machine (2014, Hu and Allmaschine, Akademie Schloss Solitude, 2014), Village 0-24 (Eng, Melting Books 2016), Wir bauen eine Stadt (De, Parasitenpresse 2016) and a visual-art catalogue: Textbilder (GEDOK, 2016-2017) Her novel, The Moonlight Faces (The Lost Words Verlag, Netherlands; Magvető 2017) won the Hazai Attila and the best novel special prices in Hungary, with the English and German manuscripts she joined the International Writing Program in the U.S.A., the LCB, GEDOK, Bosch program in Germany. Her work has been published internationally in many magazines and journals including Solitude Art Yearbook, Stuttgart and Die Welt ist nicht erfunden, Solitude (2014) Huellkurven (Austria),), tapin2 (Fra), Colony (Ire), POETRY (USA), Lyrikline (De), York Literary Review (Ir), Wretched Strangers anthology, Words without borders Anthology. 2019/2020 she won the Hugo Ball Förderpreis for her intermedia art and literary work and 2020 she won the Bernard Heidsieck Price in centre Pompidou for her literature-media-performance work. Web: www.kingatoth.com. Her work appears in NationalPoetryMonth.ca.