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Mása Tomka

'Mermaids in bottles and kiss: hidden truth/just as it is'

Mása Tomka is an art student from a family of epileptologists and neurophysiologists. She has spent much time with people with epilepsy and Jürgen Heinrich in the Bethel art studio. “Drawing and painting are important parts of my life. Art shows reality from a side that we normally don’t see”.

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Thursday 5 February 2015 - 19:01

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