Rita Eperjesi is a Hungarian artist based in Berlin. She has built a self-confidence generator, graduated as an architect, studied copywriting, worked as a graphic designer, and taught architecture at university.
After moving to Berlin, at School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe she learned about computer vision, creating interactive installations, machine learning, making 360° videos and virtual reality. Now she is focused on creating abstract virtual spaces.
At Arc, Rita wants to develop a prototype for a Virtual Reality Poetry Book. She is curious to explore how these two genres can interact with each other, if the content of literature can find new ways of expressions through virtual reality. Does seeing the other side of a letter make you get lost in the beauty of shapes? Does walking between words add other dimensions to the meaning? Does teleporting from one side to the other of a poem give you a faster way of understanding it?