Studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, in the Sculpture studio of Jiří Beránek, prof. Kurt Gebauer and Krištof Kintera. In his works he also uses knowledge gained during the studies of technical subjects: electrical engineering, mechanics as well as various industrial technological principles became the core defining the character of his creative output, where the spectator is invited into a world of "poetic industrialism".
The “Ring“ sculpture is part of the author‘s “Metamorfloris“ series which has been the focus of his fairly intensive work for the past several years. His inspiration by nature and its laws is apparent at the first glance, and it is still evident even at the twenty-second glance. The scale of the sculpture allows, or maybe even requires direct physical contact, allowing visitors to enter the space in the central area – which may or may not be there, depending on your point of view. The “enflowerment of the material“ is the author‘s not entirely apt linguistic attempt to define his state of mind during creation. It is, however, still the term closest to what he intended to convey through the material itself. Other than that, the author specifically encourages spectators and exhibition visitors to sit on, crawl through or even directly stroke the sculpture – as a sort of temporal excursion back to the times of shorts and playgrounds.