Nexus, 2023

“Nexus” is a mesmerizing installation where art and technology coalesce in the tranquil confines of a chapel. Lase

Thread, 2019

material: plastic, motors, microcontroller installation view within Future Ready, Campus Hybernska, Prague

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

8×8, 2009

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

Bookbox 01, 2011

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

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

Loop, 2016

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

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

Cubiculum Obscurum, 2017

material: 16 channel analog projection, glass, wood, custom control software installation view within Cubiculum Obscurum, 2017

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

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

Shelf, 2012

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

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