Romana Drdová

Romana Drdová (*1987) works with the motif of the human body in the context of internal and external identity. She explores the psychology and physiognomy of the body as a metaphor for the collective body of our society. In her works, she combines various materials, from textiles to metal or glass, serving as a metaphor for the soft (emotional) and hard (rational) perceptions of the world. Her inspiration comes from the epic stories of humanity, from ancient times to the present, highlighting their subconscious repetitiveness and our inability to learn from them.