Michal Pustějovský practice is driven by a will to uncover and define the underlying foundations of the physical world.
The inspiration behind his artwork is the dissection and depiction of the fundamental building blocks of the spatio-temporal universe. The sculptural installations Pustějovský creates are often hand-made, utilizing analogue-based mechanism that verge on developmental design.
Derived from open-source technologies and digital code, his process is reminiscent of scientific methodologies and experiments.
Michal Pustějovský’s work makes use of repetition, cyclicality and reduction of phenomena, which give his works a minimalist aesthetic.
The Abstract & Reality
The Abstract & Reality exhibition presents works by contemporary young Czech artists.
The selection of works displays abstract drawings and paintings by Barbora Lepší and Tomáš Absolon, and is combined with experimental photographs by Lenka Glisníková.
In a single place, you have the opportunity to view a combination of contemporary Czech design and art by Tadeáš Podracký.
Metahumans by Michal Pustějovský and Romana Drdová is displayed in the shop window, and reacts to passers-by. These works are holographic projections of artificially created beings with pre-determined emotions.