Zsuzsi Flohr is a Hungarian visual artist and a researcher living and working in Vienna. She is a PhD candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where she is writing her dissertation on the role and relevance of art in the realm of memory politics with special reference to the “Third Generation” after the Holocaust. She has taught at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, and the University of Fine Arts, Budapest and The Kunst Volkshochschule Wien. Flohr presented her work at the 57th Venice Biennale (2017), Research Pavilion. She has presented her art at several festivals, including the Jerusalem Biennale (2017), the Wiener Festwochen (2015) and the Wienwoche (2015). In 2021 Flohr had her new arts-based research project presentation “How I realized / How I found out” in Budapest with the support of the Visegrad Grant at the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives Budapest and in collaboration with Marom Budapest. Flohr is a member of the Memory Studies Association.
The imagined homeland for Roma people—from the 1930s—frames the video and provides a springboard for rhizomatic reflections on the roots and routes of Roma in Hungary, with a focus on poetry, painting, and song.