Slovak artist Martin Sedlák, who uses various media of visual art in his work. He creates sculptures, paints, takes photographs, makes graphics, objects, assembles installations and works with light. He was born in 1978 in Bratislava, where he also studied from 1998 to 2005 at the Academy of Fine Arts. He likes to experiment and develop his personal style with each work. He is very fond of working with new techniques and technologies, trying to blur or blur the boundaries between different genres of art. He is equally attracted to the play between abstract and concrete representation, exploring the possibilities of reduced form.
The pair of happy pigs, executed in white stylized form, is the work of Slovak artist Martin Sedlák. The seemingly banal motif, which may surprise some, is part of the artist's strategy to upset the habitual ways of perception and experiment with different materials, motifs and forms.