In Andrea Éva Győri’s recent series of paintings and drawings from 2019 we see little red creatures, sticking fingers and tongues in genitals, touching and licking each other with closed eyes. Instead of an observer, as in her earlier drawings, the artist is the main instigator, creating a personal fantasy, little devils who won’t let loose of each other and demonizing a larger body. In some drawings the body is replaced by a bald head, eyes open, tongue sticking out. The creatures are on a sexual expedition, a hilarious procession discovering and exploring the body. An abstract ‘eye’ is part of the same being and watching. These obsessively drawn up sketches form together a visual diary.
The large paintings follow a similar artistic route as the small drawings focused on one creature though amidst a yellow-reddish sphere.