Helena Lukasova was born in Brno, Czech Republic. Currently she is teaching at the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University Brno where she is the head of The Studio of Graphic Design and Multimedia. Helena Lukasova holds a Ph.D. from the Academy of Fine Art and Design, Bratislava 2005 – 2009. The focus of her studies was on digital sculpture. She holds a Master‘s degree in sculpture, from the Academy of Fine Art and Design, Bratislava, SK, 1990 – 96 . She also studied and worked at the Johnson Atelier - Technical Institute of Sculpture, N.J., where she witnessed the power of digital fabrication first hand an experience that defined her further direction. As an artist she looks at the potential of digital sculpture which challenges the traditional understanding of sculpture as a physical object in material form.


HEVER is a collaborative sister duo sculptor Helena Lukasova and photographer Veronika Lukasova.


In my work I try to connect traditional media with methods of digital sculpting which offer not only new ways of fabricating  an object, but also open a very new possibility of thinking about a sculpture in a conceptual way, because the object is in the state of digital presence. This is a moment where other data can be broad in and inform the three-dimensional form. Those objects I see as containers of converted information freed from the digital medium once executed as a physical object. But digital sculpture can be also represented as virtual which adds to the complexity of potentials of digital sculpture. I can choose the representation thus also juxtaposing the various nature of visuality.