He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, where he received the title of Associate Professor of Fine Arts in 2019. In 2009, he was the winner of the Oskar Čepan Award for Slovak visual artists under 35. He works mainly with audiovisual art, typically producing short narrative videos set in digital reality. A prominent theme of his work is the representation of groups that are not heard in our society, which he believes is the task of artists. In his works, he lends a voice to both human and non-human subjects. Cséfalvay’s work also reflects his interest in the history of science and his thoughts on the nature of knowledge or the function of language.
Visual artist and musician