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Radoslav Rochallyi
* 1980, currently based: Prague

Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “Radoslav Rochallyi – artist profile”. (retrieved 2022-31-03). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = {Radoslav Rochallyi artist profile}, url = {}, urldate = {retrieved 2022-31-03}
My artwork is critical of social, political, and cultural issues. My work often refers to European history and especially the present. For the last few years, I have been working on my works in the Visual Mathematical form. I process every idea both visually and mathematically, and finally in words. I am constantly trying to find the best way to interpret the thoughts I have about myself and the world I live in. I am not limited to one medium, style, or concept. I believe that form follows function. My arrangements are schematic, inviting the viewer to move into a space of speculation. My career began as a writing career, and over time I found that the best form of my expression is hybrid. And that must include the visual. I have always tried to write poems that respond to visual images. I perceive my work as an combination of poetry, painting, and mathematics.

Radoslav Rochallyi, PhD., Was born on May 1, 1980, in Czechoslovakia. He is a Czech-based artist (philosopher, writer, painter, and poet). The author finished his studies in Philosophy at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Presov (1999–2005) and completed postgraduate Ph.D. studies. Later studied mathematics: Linear Algebra.

Rado has presented his visual work internationally. He is the author of fourteen books. His math- visual works have been accepted in many institutions, and galleries. His visual poetic equations have also been published in many journals, for example in anthologies and journals published at Stanford University, California State University, Dixie State University, Olivet College, or Las Positas College.

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A new collection of equation poetry is in the world. This time in Slovak language.

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