|2016 — 2018||Ateliér malířství I, Škola Roberta Šalandy|
|2017||Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonésie|
|2012 — 2016||Ateliér malířství I, Škola Jiřího Sopka|
In this work, I indirectly follow on my fifth-year work in which I focused on the interface between reality and abstraction and let myself be inspired by Gothic painting. I worked with the meaning of space, a specifically deformed perspective that creates an atmosphere of strangeness. I am still interested in space and mysticism. The medieval concept of the gates of hell is reflected in the form of a bottomless pit. The very concept of an abyss or the absence of space evokes the two-sided reality of the unknown. Pits can be something into which we can fall. Or they can be something that allows us to see a different landscape of reality than the one in which we exist.
This work slowly erases the boundaries between the inner and outer. It is a contradiction between the desire to express the visible and touching on the possibility of depicting the outcomes of our ruminations. It is like trying to cultivate fog.
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