Andrej Margoč is a graduate from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava (2003) who has already done several successful independent and collective exhibitions in his country (Danubiana Meulesteen Art Museum, Bratislava; SPP Gallery, Bratislava; Bratislava City Gallery; Dom umenia (House of Art), Bratislava; etc.) as well as abroad (Perlhofgasse Gallery, Austria; Slowakisches Institut, Austria; Chiostro del Convento di San Francesco, Umbertide, Italy; Red Penguin Gallery, Marbella, Spain; the Slovak Institute in Prague; Dvorak Sec Contemporary, Prague; etc.). He is undoubtedly one of the most prominent figures of the plastic art of his generation, the contribution and importance of his work is becoming more and more recognized, not only by private collectors but also at the level of leading art galleries. The author lives and creates in Bratislava.
The statue comes from the Self-Portrait Transformation cycle. It is a profile line of my face which I am not afraid to deform, rotate and thus create a new view of my appearance. The name of the sculpture is Two because every person in the world tries to find themselves and most often finds themselves and can communicate with themselves when seeing their own appearance in the mirror. That is why I create mirror images of myself: to find myself through art and make it possible for others to follow this journey, to think and find themselves in these fast-paced times.