Katika is a contemporary fiber artist. Born in Hungary in 1989. Katika works primarily in the field of fiber art, looking into themes of human attachment, mysterious inner workings of individual and collective memory, cultural icons and their impact on pop-culture, religion, and sex. Graduate of Ural State University of Architecture and Art (2015). She has had solo and group shows both nationally and internationally. 

Among the selected shows is a show in Tokyo, Japan – Hitomaruichi Gallery (2014) , shows in Yekaterinburg, Russia – Gallery of Modern Art (2012 and 2017), and more. The most prominent among the group shows are a SCOPE Miami Beach (2019), – two shows in Australia – The William Street Gallery (2016 and 2017).

Katika’s works can be found in a number of private collections in the USA, Italy, Japan, Australia, and other countries. The artist herself describes her creative process in such words: «I go farther and farther along my life path, reach out into chaos, pull a thread out of it and spool into an incredible skein and then create my art. Sometimes I make beautiful pieces. It does not have a practical use but exists to make your life brighter, to make amuse, and to captivate you. I should not be careless, because you feel angry and slow your pace.»