Romana Drdová (1987) graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague in 2017 (Studio of New Media I / Tomas Svoboda School). Her work, often in the media of object, photography and installation, is characterized by its pure aesthetic, often even transparency, and use of light, matter and emptiness combined with specific materials and techniques inspired by the context of visual arts as well as the world of fashion, technology and design. In a sensitive and metaphorical way, she deals with the theme of perception and human interaction at the time of “data smog.” She has introduced her work on solo exhibitions at National Gallery in Prague (2015), Karlin Studios (2015) and Meet Factory (2017) among others. She is a finalist of Jindřich Chalupecký Award 2017.
Ju Young Kim (1991) is Korean artist based on Prague and Seoul. She is working with object, installation, and various materiality. For example, Glass, Plastics, Transparent material, Fabric and Text. Her work is related with culture background and aesthetics of the objects and functions. They are revealed from perception and aesthetic point of view of artist, telling about relationship between human, society and object itself. She graduated from Korea National University of Arts in 2017, and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague in 2016-2017 (Studio of the visiting artist/ Ricard Denzer/ and Graphic). Currently she is student of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (Studio of Sculpture / headed by Dominik Lang). Her work have shown on numerous group exhibitions in Prague, at Gallery Evolucini (2016), Gallery HYB4(2018), Meet Factory (2019).