Born in 1987 in Mariánské Lázně, he studied at Václav Hollar Art School and received his master's degree at Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. In 2011, he took an internship in Iceland. The topic of his work is search for identity in a world of growing entropy floods. There is a combination of attempts to update archetypes with references to mythical and romantic tendencies. The author is also active in projects involving design, architecture and sculptures in the public space. He is passionate about technology and likes to apply unconventional methods and materials.
For Dolní Břežany, a place with rich history and growing scientific and technical potential, I decided to create a sculpture that would tribute to the vitality of the village which believes in its developement and bright future. The sculpture should reflect the legacy of the village with its geometric and plastic features, characterized by lightness, light, balance and dynamics. If I want to start with the subject of technology, I see the circular shapes as the starting point. The principles of technical devices are often based on rotation around some axis or they transmit images, light or rays (such as laser). I see the circle as a symbol of functionality and dynamics that drive us forward. The sculpture can be reminiscent of wings that are about to take off. The intersection of the two circles can also symbolize the bond which is necessary whenever a group of individuals aims to build something important together.