Featured Artist: Lucia Huňady

Synkroniciti is thrilled to welcome poet and artist Lucia Huňady! Our upcoming issue, debuting Monday, will be featuring three of her poems in English translation: Snow White Will Come One Hour Sooner, Late at Night Early in the Morning, and Contamination, illustrated by her artwork: Immersion, Memories of the north, Man in the window, When the sun slows down and Time for an uprising. These vulnerable works tell us about the messy nature and complexity of human relationships (with each other and with the planet) and are powerful combinations.
If you want to read her introspective and exquisite poetry, you should subscribe or purchase the issue.
Lucia Huňady, born in 1992, is a Slovak poet and visual artist, a sentimental and analytical woman. In poetry, she deals with personal themes, from self-reflection through the motive of a man and love to a look at contemporary man who finds himself in the shadows, systems, and rules of society. Her poetry has clear visual elements; she often uses contrasting terms which she combines with a wide range of emotions and metaphors.
Lucia studied sculpture and fine art, and has worked for a few years as an art restorer of historical monuments. She is interested also in philosophy, stars, smiles, and nature. Without art, she can not imagine her existence. She exhibits at home and abroad, publishes her poetry, and sometimes participates at literary festivals in Slovakia.
“I had my first contact with art as a little girl who boldly made garage installations and created clay aliens; the force and mystique of the moon taught me to be a poet.“

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