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I'm Rita Eperjesi, a Berlin based Hungarian

new media artist/concept creative.


What I care about the most are humans, technology and ideas. And the combinations of these: 

ideas moving humans. humans connecting to other humans. machines making better humans. robots generating ideas. 

I also like shiny textures, bubbles an clouds.

If you scroll down, you can find what I've been up to lately.










Life in Plastic -  at

June 2024, Berlin

I'm weirdly fascinated by mannequins in shopwindows. They try to look like humans and sell a sunnier life, but they beautifully fail. I have an unpopular instagram @facesofsonnenallee collecting these fake humans, and I wanted to create an interactive experience so more people could find their joy in the world of plastic people. At 48 Stunden Neukölln festival visitors could try how it feels to be a mannequin. At an abandoned shopping mall they could listen to their fellow colleagues' guiding them through the ups and downs of life in plastic.
A sound installation generated partially with AI. More about it


I developed the original concept together with Ariel Doron. Christian Kokott created the technology to make the project possible. Mario Guzman was a lovely help in the installation. Photos by Soma Hargitai. 

DECODE - A Friendly Introduction to Creative Coding

through Analog Techniques - 

February 2023, Berlin

Learning how to code can be confusing at times for some people. For example, for me. I created a book to be an introduction before the usual introduction to creative coding. I believe we can reduce the uncomfort of learning programming with starting to read code first, before writing it, connecting abstract programming concepts to everyday examples and using analog methods to minimize distraction. The book has a digital extension in the form of a Discord channel and a chatbot, named RG, who is a digital companion for your learning.

The theoretical part of my thesis is a study about the pain points of learning creative coding, I interviewed six creative coders and analyzed their experiences. It was fun. More about it here.


This has been my master's thesis for Creative Technologies MA at Filmuniversity Babelsberg.

What are robots talking about behind your back? - an experimental chatbot writing workshop - 

May 2023, Berlin

How does a robot develop a personality? What elements are important in the communications between humans and machines? What do robots think about humans? The experimental workshop explored the main elements needed to create a bot that can answer simple but funny hardcoded questions in an engaging way. We created Discord bots with the characters of everyday machines and we put them on a Discord channel to gossip between themselves about their relationships with humans. relatinships with humans.ugh


We developed and held the workshop with Mario Guzman.


Real-Time War Rug

May 2022, Madrid, Spain

The real-time war rug is a tangible and audiovisual display of the ongoing socio-political conflicts through the medium of war rugs.  We would like to use this soft reminder to draw attention to all conflicts happening around us and the interconnected nature of our eco-system.

@Fanni Szilvás @Anna Eschenbacher @Zainab Tariq @Julieta Iacono @Elian Stolarsky @Gabriella Paredes @Leslie Portillo Pérez @Pei-Chi Lee

I've been involved in the concept development, the creative technology, design and tufting the rug. 

Realitäten workshop at Berlinische Galerie

April 2022, Berlin

With Claire Fristot we gave a 4-day long workshop for kids between 8-12 years old about Realities in the Berlinische Gallery. We had conversations about how animals and humans percieve the world, Pokémon Go and face filters, and we created 360° videos that we showed to friends and families through our pimped up google cardboards in a tiny exhibition.

With Claire we created the concept and held the workshop together. 

Graphics for project: Embodied Temporalities

November 2021, Berlin

I've designed posters, stickers and digital assets for the project Embodied Temporalities.
Oyoun conceives, develops and implements artistic-cultural projects through decolonial, queer * feminist and migrant perspectives.

I've been resposible for the graphic design. 


Graphics for exhibition: Escapism

November 2021, Berlin

I've designed posters, and digital assets for the project Escapism. It was important that the exhibition consists of four different artists' interactive art pieces existing in the digital and non-digital space as well. Oyoun conceives, develops and implements artistic-cultural projects through decolonial, queer * feminist and migrant perspectives.

I've been resposible for the graphic design. 


Remnants: Kind Acts of Cruelty

ongoing project

With my class we are working on a website and an interactive installation to raise awareness about microaggressions. You can see our installation at 48 Stunden Neukölln and in Sehsüchte in the summer. Trailer about the installation here.

@Anna Eschenbacher @Jacky Lai @Zainab Tariq @Denise Bischof @Ellina Nurmukhametova @Klara Otto @Júlia Koffler @Félix Römer @Florian Kempf @Marie Scharnagl 

I've been resposible for the art direction of the website, designing the installation, and I took a big part in the concept, project management and the UX of the website.

Creative Coding

since 2020. November

I started working with Dan Verständig in the Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg. I help in teaching creative coding by creating openProcessing tutorials or designs for events like this and being funny at the classes.


How to feel slightly less awkward in virtual and non-virtual spaces @A MAZE.

July 2020. 

Fanni Szilvás is a psychologist, I just simply feel terrible in many situations.

This was a guided brainstorming session about the topic of awkwardness, as we believe that if you pay more attention to little things that might make other humans feel awkward, you can design better experiences. Event here.


48 Stunden Neukölln x Trial&Theresa

June 2020. 

This festival of celebrating my favorite berliner neighbourhood has gone digital this year. With our VJ collective, we tried to adapt to the situation, and organized a group show of 5 collaborative projects.

Our project, “Nobody is watching” was an artistic experiment, an exercise in picture consequences on film. 6 humans sent each other one video per day without knowing what others saw before them. It was such a joy to play with these women! 


Superhero factory!

May 2020. 

An interactive website to say thank you to our everyday superheros. A project with Péter Kormányos and Máté Borkesz.


Creative Code Budapest website!

February 2020. 

We have a website! Now you can check in one place what we have done so far with Creative Code Budapest. Huge thanks to Dániel Péger and Zoltán Szalay!


The new design for UP Advertising just came out!

January 2020. 

It was very exciting to work as an art director on repositioning our agency and redesigning its look! With Bence Bodnár, Éva Szombat, Amália Nagyillés, Jácint Goneth, Rózsa Dobozy. Thanks for the trust!

ADCE Creativity Europe Festival - High Potentials!

October 2019. 

I got selected to present the Virtual Poetry Book project at the festival in Barcelona as part of the High Potentials section.
I didn't know that you can get overinspired, but I did, which is great. A new project is coming out from this soon! 

Creative Code Budapest updates!

November 2019. 

I don't want to post all the meetups here, eventhough each of the events are important part of what I do. So here is a little summary of the meetus in 2019. And the exciting news is that we started to produce  our own podcasts as well! Yay!


The VR Poetry Book project got exhibited in French Institute Budapest

September 2019. 

Random Error Studio gave a workshop about VR and I also gave a talk about the project. 

By the way, huge thanks for Levente Markos for the sound design and Random Error Studio for the development!

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Shortlist at Cannes Young Lions competition! :) 

June 2019. Cannes, France 

We represented our country with Gábor Ott at the Digital Cathegory of Cannes Young Lions. We had a day to come up with a solution for a brief, and present our work in front of the jury twice. 

Our work got selected into the shortlist, which means it was in the best 10 works.


Common Knowledge //Creative Code Budapest x smART! XTRA 

April 2019. Budapest, Hungary // Trafó

We organised an event in Trafó to discuss how to build communities around art and technology. I also gave a talk, and shared my thoughts about meetups, Budapest, code and creativity. Link here. 


Winning Cannes Young Lions Preselection in Budapest! 

April 2019. Budapest, Hungary 

With Gábor Ott, we won the preselection competition in Digital cathegory in Hungary. Now we have the chance to represent our country in the international competition in Cannes! Go to Advertising in this page if you want to read the whole presentation. :) 


Creative Code Budapest #3 is coming soon!

29. November 2018. 

Link here to the event!


Gender Pay Gap Clock at Science Hack Day Berlin 2018

November 2018. @Team: Robert Richter, Kerstin Franzl, Stephanie Albrecht, , Valentin Fuchs, Mohanad Turifi, Rita Eperjesi

To show how much more women have to work than men in order to get the same amount of money, we create a clock showing their perspective of time: During the working hours, from 9 to 5, this clock is going slower than usual clocks,

indicating that when men leave their work place at 5 pm women still have to work to get the same payment.

Link here to learn more!


Winning New Stars

2018. August  // Busan, South-Korea

With Dániel Trencsényi we got the Gold prize at Ad Stars' New Stars Competition. We had 30 hours to come up with a creative solution for a brief, our project "Soul, grooming" happened to be the best. :)



the Cloud Factory at Cotonfioc Festival

2018. June  // Genova, Italy

I showed my installation at the festival. I think it was the perfect spot for it, the middle of the garden of a former madhouse. I'm very happy I could meet all these beautiful people there.



Arc Artist Residency - The Spring Thing

2018. June  // Romainmotier, Switzerland

I was lucky to participate at the Spring Thing. With 25 other artists we have beendoing an artistic research about the topic of how to show artistic research to others.










World VR Forum

2018. June 7-10 // Crans-Montana, Switzerland

With Meredith Thomas we applied for Crans-Montana's VR Residency, which we didn't get, but they liked

our project and we got invited to pitch our project called Mind Palace to investors at the World VR Forum.










Zur Anderen Welt

2018. February 7. // Kim Bar, Berlin

My VR project "the Surface" will be presented as part of Zur Anderen Welt. Details here.










ECHO-Systems CTM Vorspiel

2018. January 23. //  Spektrum, Berlin

"Water does not wash water" is a collective audio-visual performance by Cirrus (that's me), Jana, Liudmila Kartoshkina-Siewerski, VAV, and WasDeferenz. More here.  // I play from 23.23. It's my first performance ever.










Make the sky blue again

2018. November 21. //  TU, Berlin

I pitched my idea to make Berlin's gray sky blue again at Science Hack Day Berlin. Suddenly I found myself surrounded by enthusiastic and talented people. You can check what we did and how here.










Arc presentations: Conrad Willems & Rita Eperjesi

2018. October 18. //  Romainmotier, Switzerland

We gave an informal presentation of our 3-week research residency at Arc. Event here.