Krisztina Sardi is a hungarian, London raised photographer. Her visual practice is a conceptual investment in the construction of the self, an autobiographical questioning of sexuality and gender roles and the shaping of identity.

She portrays an internal struggle within the polarities of the personality to deconstruct the identity that is formed by the conscious and unconscious. Articulated through preconceived, previsualized ideas to depict the multiplicity of the inner self, weather that is regards to gender, sexual, power relations, or other social influences.

She uses photography as a tool of critical distancing that allows perspective to these internal debates.