|2012 — 2018||Ateliér kresby, Škola Jiřího Petrboka|
Since joining Jiří Petrbok’s painting studio in 2012, the work of Míra Šeda has undergone a clear evolution. His complicated and wild abstract forms, often with a preference for a shapeless autonomy of colours, has developed into a distinctive order that organises the surface using figural concreteness. The themes of his work relate to his personal empiricism and inner perception of the world today. Šeda’s vision of the world is not a positive one, but reflects his negative version of the world, crystallized using an exaggeratedly depressing script. His most recent paintings feature distinctive outlines of forms, a controversial symbolistic language, wild colours, expressiveness and the purposeful use of detail.
The figures’ physical deformations reflect Šeda’s conscious aim to describe the deformations of morality, deviant ways of life, aggression, feelings of anxiety and the influence of the physical and spiritual toxins flooding our society.
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