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Babylon Plant, 2006, videocollage with sound

projection on plexiglass or wall, variable dimensions 2:50 min. loop.

The current phase of evolution in nature and society is represented here by a Babylon plant, full of life. The structure of this organism consists of recordings of people’s real movements and activity in our highly interconnected world. The video painting represents the pulsing of the organic and inorganic, from the unexpected perspective of an emerging organism. Here is a visual and conceptual transformation of the difference between the natural and the artificial, physis and techne, an exploration of the possibilities of new symbiosis. The digital mandala invites the viewer to contemplate the circle of life and death, the creation and the emergence of new forms of life in the technological age.


Arte Fiera Bologna, first price of Euromobil, Italy (Babylon Plant)

Essl award 2. prize, Essl Museum , Klosterneuburg/Wienn, Austria (Babylon Plant)

solo exhibitions

Transforming cities, MaxmiliansForum, Munich, Germany (Moth, Transmitter, Spirit of the Place, Babylon Plant, Culture – sprout/tail)

group exhibitions


Ser e estar, curated by Rita Lougares, Berardo Museum, Lisbon, Portugal (Babylon Plant)


ETCETERA, Italian institute in Prague, CZ (Babylon Plant)



SPOTLIGHTS video.kunst, Essl Museum, curated by Anna Szöke, Andreas Hoffer, Klosterneuburg/Wienna, Austria (Babylon Plant)



Spaceship earth, Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu, curated by Dobrila Denegri, Torun, Poland (Babylon Plant)


GEH 8, Our house is your house, Dresden, Germany (Babylon Plant)

NAO TE POSSO VER NEM PINTADO, Museum Colecção Berardo, Lisbon , Portugal (Babylon Plant)


Cosmoplitics, curated by Denisa Kera&Pavel Sedlák, Art Laboratory Berlin, Germany (Babylon Plant)


Eccentric Paths, Museum Colecção Berardo, Lisbon, Portugal (Babylon Plant)

ESSL AWARD 07 for Central and Southeast Europe, 2. prize, Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg, Austria (Babylon Plant)


Diploma work, National Gallery, Prague, CZ (Babylon Plant)

art fairs


Arte Fiera Bologna, first price of Euromobil, in collaboration with Vernon Gallery, Italy (Babylon Plant)

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