25. 5. 2018
Architecture of Hradec Králové
Together with my classmate Martin Jašontek we worked on a symposium in Hradec Králové. The architecture of this city is significant. Cubist architecture is abundantly represented. So we chose a place where we could see the blending of architectural styles. We drew various views and elements from the architecture on float glass using a grinding technique. From these float glass drawings we created a site-specific spatial object.
26. 3. 2018
Foto from exhibition whit Junior Glass Ways competition in Sázava /Czech Republic/
Light The Peak on exhibition
14. 1. 2018
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25. 5. 2017
Tomas Bata University in Zlin
Student's exhibition of final works. The exhibition took place in the area of industrial space Svit Zlin. All artworks are site-specific. Mikuláš Starý exhibits the Transformaction object, which you can see here
18. 3. 2015
Exhibition of students from Tomas Bata University in Zlin
Exhibition whit this name was held in Sýpka Gallery
in Valašské Meziříčí /CZE/. Exhibition was held by 11th February to 22th March, 2015. At the exhibition was exhibited works of students glass design from TBU. Exhibits was exhibited in three floors of old building Sýpka Gallery. At the opening day 11th February there were about two hundred visitors. On the first floor the visitors could admire gleaming reflections of lighting installations by Zdenka Fusková and Michaela Hercíková. On the second floor were presented works representing diverse ideas of students. Rather than works classified into style of product design predominated works that fit into conceptual style of art. In attic on the third floor were installed kinetic objects. Wing of an aircraft in motion by Stanislava Procházková. And Mikuláš Starý there presented kinetic object "High voltage
" with lasers shrouded in mist. The atmosphere there was really good. On the second floor played three musicians therefore I think that about fun was well cared. The curator of this exhibition was Lešek Vojáček and introductory remarks uttered Martin Fišer.