How To Stop Watching a Video That Never Ends

4K Video | drone footage | 3D, 7min.

2018

An abstract inquiry into the subconsciousness of an individual overloaded with the endless amount of options, possibilities and opinions of the world of digital media. Three linearly connected monologues are imitating a timeline as we know it from social media and pose an question about the possibilities of deep contemplation in the time of instant answers and ubiquitous power play of server-made content.

Deep Wish

4K video, 3D, Czech and Chinese mutations

2018

The things I see when I try to close my eyes.

Peace

Wood, Metal, Asphalt | 4 x 6 m.

2016

The Peace is a wooden apropriation of a very well known sculpture made by Belgian architect Raymond Huyberechts in Brussels NATO headquarters.

Sky Is The Limit

installation, print

2015

“Sky is the limit “ comes as an expression for a situation where there are no limits and anything is possible. It also implies a certain amount of possibility, dreams and ambitions. Somehow one could feel like nothing is standing in a way to success, but unfortunately the symbol of sky has also a different side, in many different traditions, sky has been a symbol for eternity, and the afterlife. 

Circle

print, installation

2014

an algorithm,which loops itself in almost uncountable number of times, always slightly different than the previous one.  As a result there is a deceiving image that seems like a result of lenghty manual drawing, but actually took few miliseconds to render. 

Circle I

processing, print

2012

series of work with proccessing language. Algorithm based images. Cycles and iteration as a depiction of timeline.

Artchart

website

2016

How to include something as virtual, ephemeral and individual as is contemporary art into a capitalist society? How to measure it’s value? Is contemporary art in cooperation or in conflict with our capitalist systems?  Should we think about it? Are the markets always right?

darkness

processing, print, installation
2014

an installation work based on the circle series

The Shark and The Bee

HD Video 5'14"

2013

A fable from the post-communist Czech republic. Based on a real story of a Czech enterpreneur Radovan Vítek, the film tells the tale of a community of bees being ferociously tore apart by a young financial shark. Myths blend with reality, imaginary legends of power and wit face the mundane reality of young and hungry eastern european capitalism. The story of success is a story of pain is a story of a success is a story of  loss.