Lukáš Kubala was born in1983-Bratislava. He graduated from the School of Performing Arts.
In his easily recognizable manuscript of painting, the author focuses on space-time continuum. He combines the past, the present and the future in one space.
Memories and fantasies meet at the present time. Thus, there is a constant conflict of the past and the future expressed on the canvas. He leaves blank areas in the shape of various objects in the paintings. He tries to point out the transience of things. He explains the black and-white painting as a metaphor for indefiniteness. It forces the observer to engage their imagination to complete the meaning of the work of art by themselves.
According to the author, the objects and structure in the paintings resembling a stone are cells in space-time that have not yet reached the final form of objects as we know them in real time. He draws his ideas from the Bible, history, but also the current situation in society.
He also deals with the issue of relationships in his creative work. The deformation of the figures shows constant evolution of people and imperfection of the world.