Andrea Éva Győri’s practice is marked by an in-depth examination into the human body and mind. “What do we know about our bodies? What do we share?” In 2012, the artist started a shower tour, asking people for a chance to shower in their place as she didn’t have a shower in her own flat. As a reward, the shower host could document her showering. For Manifesta 11, she teamed up with a sex therapist, with whom she explored the female orgasm and the connection between self satisfaction and the corresponding fantasies behind it. “I am especially interested in the female orgasm and female masturbation,” the artist writes in her recent publication/artist book Vibration Highway, “because I think this is a means to get deeper into the question of how the mind affects the body and our behaviour.” After setting up an intimate atmosphere of honesty, trust and fun, Andrea Éva Győri made drawings of masturbating women, who came to her space to share their sexual fantasies and experiences with masturbation.