Prophet I., 2015
Portrait of Prorok I. is above-lifesize portrait in transparent epoxy with engraved gold plated Hebrew text. It is the concept of symbolic displayal of specific character of biblical prophets in general. The meeting with Prophet is also meeting with law - word. Spectator standing in front of portrait encounters "spiritual" authority and reads in his face specific messages related to prophetic texts.
Ján Turek, 2010
Ján Turek, born in 19.6.1923 in Torysky. In 1944 he enlisted to Podolinec. On 2nd September 1944 during Slovak National Uprising german soldiers surrounded the barracks. Slovak soldiers among which he was were disarmed and brought to the international camp in Hannover, Germany. Later he was transported to Munster Lager and back to Bratislava, from where he managed to escape in January 1945. He graduated from the School of Forestry at Sigord. He worked as a forester in urban forests of Levoca and later in military forests of Kezmarok. He is precise beekeeper and my grandfather.
Koloman Sokol, Searching good, 2009
Significant Slovak artist Koloman Sokol is displayed as figure looking through window frame. I point out his specific view on world, work and view on world through work as well. Frame is like filter made by his ideas. Framing may also remind Sokol's creation of his own life of Kaburaby, avoiding evil and own framing of existence. He is displayed as looking at the sky - to the height where he sees his truth, justice, purpose of life. Sculpture of Koloman Sokol was created by similar approach as he approached to work. He did not want to build on realistic representation neither on similarity but display somehow reflection of his inside, life and work.