|2016 — 2018||Ateliér malířství II, Škola Vladimíra Skrepla|
|2016||Ateliér prof. Wolframa Adalberta Schefflera, Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Drážďany, Německo|
|2013 — 2016||Ateliér grafiky II, Škola Vladimíra Kokolii|
|2012 — 2013||Ateliér intermediální tvorby I, Škola Milana Knížáka|
Disappearance. Movement. Images that stay in your memory – unique, after a moment forgotten beneath layers of additional sensory input. A continuous erasing, but also layers that have stuck and cannot be removed...
Besides the landscape, one of my recurring subjects is memory and its shortcomings – it could be family history, images that we pass by while driving through the landscape, or digital images that have remained unread because of a lack of computer memory. It also appears in my graduation work, which focuses on exploring space itself. Where are the boundaries of our territory, and what defines our feeling of being in it? Is it our relationship to a place, people, or images in the subconscious, which perhaps have less in common with reality that we admit? Can an image be a territory, an image in which we have left an imprint of all our experiences, including what the image itself has experienced?
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