Ondřej Janoušek ( 1984 )

  • Young author who specialise in experimental and sitespecific art often employing use new technologies.

Pavel Kopřiva (1968)

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  • The author is a pedagogist and head of the department of New Media at the University of Jan Evangelista Purkině in Ustí nad Labem. He has long lansting interest in applications of new technologies and new materials in artistic experiments combining art and science, such as project nanoFACE.

Pavel Korbička ( 1972)

  • The author is a pedagogist and head of a studio at the Faculty of Fine Arts at Brno. The author is interested in aplications of various optical phenomena of a color light spectrum in spatial installations in site specific light installations made of polycarbonate and other materials.

Jakub Nepraš (1981)

  • The leader of art studio Trafačka and internationally recognized young artist.
  • Jakub Nepraš works with new media video art, sound and light installations combined with traditional materials propojující klacická a tradiční media drawing us into the world of complex behaviour, which is mirroring physical, chemical and biological processes taking place at molecular level.

Jaroslav Jebavý ( 1952 )

  • Basis of Jaroslav Jebavý works are abstract black & white and color collages and structural variations, created through replication of basic element of various shapes, relationships, bonds, configurations and symbolism.

Petr Korunka ( 1980 )

  • Petr Korunka is author of vity comics inspired with topical societal issues.  Following seminars on nanotechnology he prepared set of 10 short stories about three nanoscientists.  Placing the stories in the nanotechnology R&D environment the author explores not only the nano world of unprecedented properties but also the life scientists (their emotions, dreams and longing).

Svatoslav Krotký

  • Author is a pedagogist at the Department of Design TUL closely collaborating with the laboratory of nonwoven textile at the Faculty of Textile of the Technical University of Liberec (TUL).

Irena  Jůzová ( 1965)

  • The author is a pedagogist and a head of the multimedia studio at the University of West Bohemiain Plzeň.  In her recent works she deals with the phenomenon of time and new technologies.  She is interested in exploring the invisible and intangible around us, collaborating with UTesla for over 3 years.

Jan Nálepa ( 1986)

  • Author studies at the studio of Super Media (headed by Federic Diaz) at AAAD Prague.  Following recommendation by UTESLA the author attended international art&sci workshop at SRF atGrenoble

Ladislav Plíhal (1983)

  • Young sculptor graduated at FAMU,Brno. Working in collaboration with UTesla and Explosia a.s.Pardubice, the author explores the phenomenon of explosions as an artistic tool. An important element and the essence of this work is the moment of intersection of energy, which becomes a battleground area of steel plate, which in a split second change in the memorial of the event. The process of explosion is also significant in the area of nanotechnology as one of the sources of nanodiamonds.  The crystal lattice distortion of diamant nanoparticlesd gives rise to flurescence, which is of great importance in nanomedicine such as cancer diagnosis

Matěj Smetana (1980)

  • The author is a graduate of the Prague Academy of Fine Arts and works as a pedagogist at the atelier of new media of the AA inBratislava. He works primarily with animation and video art.
  • The author prepared the exhibition nanoPOLIs seminar for schools where the form of animations and tutorials offer students how to proceed in the competition ISWA

Linda Čihačová (1982)

  • Young author studied multimedia studio at AAAD inPrague.
  • The author work with (often interactive) video animation in which she combines her drawings, painting and sculptures with scientific images. The author collaborates with UTesla 3 years on science and art projects inspired by nanodimensions. For the exhibition NanoPOLIS the author prepared a new work inspired by AFM. This was complemented by examples of her older work based on electron microscopy.

Lenka Kahuda Klokočková (1984)

  • author graduated at AVU at the atelier of graphics.
  • The author is working in cooperation with Optaglio Ltd using their NANOGRAVURE MULTIMATRIX ™ technique based on electron lithography.
  • For the ISWA exhibition NanoPOLIS we have selected her work UNITED FAMILY NANO

Vladana Hajnová (1967)

  • author studied AVUP, studio graphics.  Her modernistic graphic training and post-minimalistic creative foundation is translated into the language of her intalations.  Using common and affordable materials she puts her spatial instalations together from simple elements into focused in a precise sophisticated shapes without having given up on their emotional impressiveness on the simple and reduced forms.

Amanita Design ( Jakub Dvorský )

  • The Amanita Design studio is renowned author of truly charming and magical point & click flash games with unique surreal sound and visuality.


  • Mix of art-sci works and concepts from Roman Kudláček, Adolf Lachmann, Zdeněk Daněk, Alexandra Prokopová a Alexandr Prokop accompanied with popular science video on Nanotechnology.

Alamyra Weigel Bartkevičiuté

  • Her work up side down – was selected because it opens a new dimension of reality magical space of optically active molecules. The author presents her work in the dark, irradiated with invisible UV light.  Containing complex organic dyes and pigments, which absorb UV radiation and emit light in the visible spectrum the work of art glows in cascade of intense photochemical reactions. 

Michal Kindernay (1978)

  • Author studied at theAcademyofFine Arts New Media Studio, having been interested in the interaction between science and art for a long time.
  • His project Camera Altera is artistic research aming development of sensory audio-visual tool – compact camera equipped with microphone and sensors. Upon analyzis of the light and sound levels, temperature, humidity and air quality (pollutants) the Camera Altera captures audio-visual diary entries of its surrounding environment. By systematic analysing of the recorded environmental data over perod of time the system learns when and how to record AV material

In addition to the above authors selected for the NanoPOLIS exhibition, the NanoSCOPE Redux exhibitions at Gallery GAMA will also presents S&T inspired artworks by: Adolf Lachman, Kurt Gebauer, Veronika Psotková, Zdeněk Daněk, Veronika Doutlíková, Roman Kudláček, Miroslav Hoza, Petr Moško, Jan Bažant, Przemysław Truściński, Jana Komárková, Miroslav Schönberg, Jiří Grus, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Karel Zeman, Tomaž Lavrič, Branko Jelinek, Igor Kordej, Igor Baranko.