Ondřej Homola (*1984) is a versatile artist. Beside painting, his work is focused on tiny sculptural objects and drawings. As a member of his generation, he flows fluently in the sea of internet, where he captures interesting facts, media pictures and information, from which he chooses fragments. With these combined, the viewer is getting uncertain.
As a default material for his objects he uses found or trash materials. Searching for these is an important process to creation and found resources are affecting the final form. Homola makes witty instalations and objects from wood or clay. Small sculptures, looking like archaeologic excavacations, are completed with contemporary details and artifacts. The fragility of the material, used mostly for making models for monumental works, is a straight parallel to unstable fragments of our society.
Annotation: Kateřina Štroblová