Edina Tokodi >>> mosstika.com


  • In her art, eco-minded, NY-based installation artist Edina Tokodi, explores the diversity and intricate connections between nature and the inorganic world created by man. 

    Her site-specific installations are inspired by Japanese Zen gardens and informed by the space's environs, whether organic or man-made. Often sheathed in steel, glass, pavement and stone, the installations provide an unavoidable contrast to their surroundings.

    It is within this contrasting atmosphere, that her installations invite interaction, thus reclaiming the human bond with nature.

    Edina is the founder of Mossitka, a collective of eco-minded street artists dedicated to green guerilla tactics and inspired public art.


  • Mossitka's installations, animated and playfully, call to mind a more familiar, environmentally friendly state breaking down cold urban norms.

    Tokodi who studied graphic design and printmaking at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts has had her works featured in both private and public space world-wide, including:

    Brick Lane Gallery, London;
    Lana Santorelli Gallery, New York;
    SEPTA public transit, Philadelphia;
    Billboard and public sculpture exhibition, Budapest, and a solo exhibition at The Gallery at (Le) Poisson Rouge.