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    Jakub Choma (SK, b. 1995) Lives and works in Prague, Czech republic. In his work develops the aesthetics of digital waste with emphasis on the material nature of the seemingly immaterial digital environment. He uses his picture assemblages as segments from which he creates within installations larger wholes in the form of ambient assemblages. He has recently used cork, which he works and shapes in different manners while deliberately employing the often contradictory associations connected with this material. His art is typified by the aesthetics of DIY, a phenomenon that he places in contrast with the current trends of new materialism.

    2014–2021 AAAD Prague, painting studio of Jiří Černický and Michal Novotný.

    Resilience, Editorial, Vilnius (LV)

    Stepping on a Lego, Polansky Gallery, Prague, (CZ)

    Living the gimmick, VUNU Gallery, Košice, (SK)

    Sleepy eye, wasted time, Via art Gallery, Prague (CZ)

    Life for dummies, Parter, Polansky gallery, Prague, (CZ)

    Swamp Horses, at Spirit Vessel, Espinavessa (ES)
    The Hills Have Eyes, Hotdock project space, Bratislava (SK)
    VDIFF, The Brno House of Arts, Brno (CZ)

    Some People Are Worth Melting For, Ginny Project, Wales (GB)
    Reflection in a Glass Scorpion A.M.180 Gallery, Prague, (CZ)

    1. Cena kritiky za mladou malbu 2018, Galerie Kritiků, Prague, (CZ)
      Quiet Chamber, Noisy Heart, Holeškovická šachta, Prague, CZ
      WET, at Haunt Project Space, Yogyakarta (IDN)
      SUV organized by Galerie A.M. 180 at Spinnerei Leipzig (DE)
      Oчевидное невероятное, 427 Gallery, Riga (LV)
      First I Have to Put My Face On at Foothold, Polignano a Mare (IT)

    Material 307, DOX - Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague, (CZ)
    Hypebeast Vertigo, NTK Gallery, Prague (CZ)
    Contours arise from cold diode-rays Horizont Gallery, Budapest (HU)

    Irreversible Shift, The Brno House of Arts, Brno, (CZ)