After a series of failed study attempts that included English Language and Literature, Aesthetics and Theatre Studies he finally got his Master’s Degree in Photography from a specific industrial town in the Czech Republic – Usti nad Labem. Though he’s been featured in a couple of exhibitions and some catalogs, he doesn’t find it significant enough to make a list. What is important is his 2-year old daughter, private darkroom and some free time to go fishing. While money is still of the essence, rather than doing what he really likes, he works 9 to 5 as a motion designer in a small studio in Prague. At the end of the day, he still believes art is actually going to save the world. Eventually.
About ‘In time’:
“In Time” is a photographic series that is variable both in its title and its form, as it is created loosely and beyond any conceptual framework. Rather than a series, it is constant movement, though perhaps always on the same paths and on the same tracks. Sometimes, the routes intersect, sometimes they pass each other, occasionally they run in circles. It is a guide to a subjective landscape, written by a horse with eye-flaps it put on itself, knowing it is impossible to contain everything. There is always only a segment of presence that arises from the crossing of circumstances and coincidences in this limited view. There is no explanation on this path, however, this does not eliminate understanding.
Things around me are trying to catch my attention, as if they wanted to confirm their existence, to be captured. Although sometimes I do not know what and why I record, I am always eager to know what I have photographed. Like that bird from J. L. Borges that “builds its nest upside down and flies backward, not caring where it’s going, only where it’s been“.