... things that simply just happen, with no one noticing or caring. The subject? Nature inscribed by human intervention, perhaps. But here, these signs come out positive, as signs of culture, where human beings are equal to nature, where nature and culture are two sides of the same coin, not fighting, but living together, complementing one another. In this world we understand that human enterprise exists for a reason, and that there is an angle of viewing it from where it comes out noble and monumental - in its clear technical functionality – noble and monumental like nature that surrounds it.
Simon Vahala graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. He also studied at the Art and Design University of Kyoto in Japan.
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