|2012 — 2018||Ateliér intermediální tvorby III, Škola Tomáše Vaňka|
|2017||Intermedia Department, Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapešť, Maďarsko|
|2014||Ateliér grafiky II, Škola Vladimíra Kokolii|
At the start of my studies, I was inspired by the conceptual art of the 1970s, especially Czech action art. Ever since my first year, I have been attracted to physicality and the concept of time. Gradually, I began to see the intuitive aspects of a work as being more important. By focusing on my own intuition, I understood that art can be a way of being in contact with myself, of – in the words of my favourite philosopher, Anna Hogenová, “living from your source.” I am convinced that when artists are fully open to themselves, then they can touch on more universal levels of things and be more comprehensible to their audience. Homing is about the fragility of making one’s home. The impulse for this work came from an unfortunate event in my family, and I am trying to use art to find my way out from it. Again, physicality plays the main role here. Of importance for my current work is Martin Heidegger’s notion that, as mortals, we can never be truly at home but that we must constantly learn how to dwell.
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