Cubiculum Obscurum, 2017

  Michal Pustějovský ve své tvorbě využívá technické a komputační přístupy a rozšiřuje tak možnosti uměle

Regulator, 2017

The main focus of Michal Pustějovský is the use of technological, communication and information processes in art. His object

Array of Objects, 2015

Arc consists of 12 light elements representing the division of time into hours. Mimicking the motion of a ticking clock, the l

Attractor, 2013

The word “Attractor” comes from the Latin word attrahere, to attract. Attractor is the region or state whereby a dynam

SHADOW TRIANGLE (inside / outside), 2011

This installation was inspired by the scientific concept of black box. “Black box” is any mechanism of which we only know

Loop, 2016

This sculptural intervention into public space recalls an enormous hourglass and offers much food for thought. The oscillating

Nonarbitrary Chance, 2014

Much of Pustejovsky’s work deals with the relationship between computer simulated processes and real-life processes. In this

Marble, 2016

material: interaktiv object, 2.5×2.5m wood, textile, microcontroller, microphone, LED

Listing, 2010

Listing is a process during which we usually make a shorcut to the content of a medium without a deeper understanding of it..

Decimus, 2016

An interactive installation made up of ten cylinders each containing a paper object with a unique abstract, computer-generated

Qubit, 2015

Combining classic media artwork and sophisticated access control software, a fragmented underground is mapped using projection

Quantum Trap, 2015

An abandoned spa where tiled walls, ceiling and floor visually repeat the same square. Angular shapes with the malleable quali

Fragments 2, 2009

plaster, 11 pieces, 28cm x 22cm x 2cm edition of 11

Water Square, 2012

Water Square is an interactive installation. A wooden cube with a motor inside produces square waves depending on the distance


Exit, 2014

Exit, 2014 material: motor, door, 2 rooms site specific installation within Edition of Light, Chemistry Gallery

Collectors of time, 2015

“Time collectors” exists on the borderland of art, science and design. Therefore there are many interpretations to

Transformation, 2011

site-specific installation inside audio-visual project ACUO, custom LED grid, 3500 LED, 3 x webcam, microcontroller installati

In one’s own shadow 2, 2016

The work is inspired by Platonic study of the Ideas. It brings together a state of the probable and of the improbable. Artific

Reconstruction of view, 2011

Series of printing created by a fix manipulated by computer. Photo of windows, taken by camera obscury, which has been convert

Brainmark, 2010

Brainmark is a self-portrait of the author’s brain created by using computer tomography. CT X-ray works on the principle


material: 94cm x 43cm x 5cm concrete

Binary_self_portrait.png, 2008

A binary self-portrait record of a black and white image, resolution 320×363, size: 4.1 Kb. This data was transfered as a

12^3, 2014

material: aluminium, light, microcontroller

Linear painting n. 1, 2011

  material: object, 650 x 5 x 3cm, 64 x LED, painting frame, microcontroller

Linear painting n.2, distance, 2012

This subtle object looks like it is lost in space, thanks to the gradual color change from black to white. It is basically a v

Maybe you will be have better luck than me, 2010

The picture, image, shadow, all of it is someway a man’s projection, which helps us to understand the causalities and even o

Threshold, 2014

Fragmenty prostoru, 2014

kinetická instalace fragmenty prostoru se snaží prozkoumávat uměle vytvořené systémy, aparáty, které interagují ur

The possibility of repeated story, 2013

Variations are becoming the main theme in this minimal message. Possibilities of kinetic apparatus views let you see another d

Goethe-Automat, 2010

Projection on building represents a machine for generating dadaistical experimental poetry, using pseudo-random generator of r

Shelf, 2012

founded object in empty house in Jerusalem, Israel. Each shelf have its own LED light controled by microcontroller. Installati

In one’s own shadow, 2011

The work is inspired by Platonic study of the Ideas. It brings together a state of the probable and of the improbable. Artific

Forgotten Dream, 2013

Pavel Janák, theoretician and we could say the founder of Czech Cubism in architecture compares the creative principles of na

Bookbox 01, 2011

We can understand „internet“ as a parallel reality of our own lives. The possibility virtually duplicate information, whic

8×8, 2009

Randomness as creative principle, chance as unrecognized causation. The randomness is not a real phenomenon, although it looks

Tomb Stones, 2010

The installation consists of three concrete blocks in which there are embedded LED displays of 8 per 8 points. The time needed

Tone sculptures, 2008

Attempt to materialization of audio vibrations by using gel. The gel cast results in accordance with the frequency of various

Wrap, 2010

Each canvas has its own unique grid which is filled with little lights by the author, through tossing of coins (heads –

Wave or particle?, 2011

Under certain circumstances, the photons behave either as waves or as particles. This observation does not necessarily has to