Gideon Horváth is an interdisciplinary visual artist based in Budapest, working mainly with sculptural installations. Conceptually he is often dealing with queer and ecological theories. His works question anthropocentrism and dualistic worldviews, always giving space to the sensual and intuitive ways of experiencing his topics. In his sculptural installations he mainly works with beeswax, which he uses as a queer material as it is both very sensitive and highly resilient. The wax has the qualities of being ambivalent, fluid and constantly becoming, which are notions that are in Horváth’s central interests.