I’m a child of the 90s from a small town in Kysuce, where my visuals were shaped by a mix of western and eastern aesthetics. I put all those chilling and at the same time so warming memories into bizarre surreal scenes, bad tribalism, grey housing estates, taverns, worn out hanks, aching hearts, drugs and all those chilling and at the same time so warming memories. The estate kids walk around the estate with the appearance of mythical creatures and mutants from western cartoons. Sometimes alone, sometimes in groups, they don’t go home, forging pickets, hanging out, gobbling up freedom. In my work one can find fragments of urban subcultures and the atmosphere that emanated from them, the unsettling mood, the strange wit, the exaggeration.
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