Vladislav Mirvald

Vladislav Mirvald was one of the key figures in Czech constructive art, which began to take shape in the first half of the 1960s in Czechoslovakia. The movement sought to restore the urgency of artistic expression and aimed at geometric abstraction. The relationship between order and chance became (for the first time in Czech art) the theme of the work. Vladislav Mirvald’s work is a statement about the aesthetic possibilities of construction, but above all about the illusory perception of the area as a space, about this fundamental paradox of human perception.