Kryštof Brůha is an intermedia artist working in Prague. His works explore distinctive environments and spaces, from the environmental to the technological and virtual. He focuses on the influences acting on these places and their overall transformation over time. This mapping of space and time through artistic artefacts offers the viewer a new perspective on reality. Brůha often uses scientific methods in his work, which is reflected in the aesthetics of his works. He uses specifically designed algorithms, generative design and machine learning during the evolution of each installation, and reverse engineering, Rapid Prototyping and CNC machines during the realisation. At the end of the process, original works of art are created in which we can observe the influence of technological and natural phenomena.

He has been exhibiting since his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, during which he completed internships at the Academy of Fine Arts and the Indonesian Institute of the Art. In addition to exhibitions in Prague galleries such as Pragovka Gallery (2021), Studio Prám (2020) and Atrium na Žižkově (2020), his works have been shown in Český Krumlov (as part of a residency at the Egon Schiele Art Centre in 2018) and Artemis Gallery in Lisbon, Portugal (2022). His short experimental films ("Prologue to Signum Supra" and "Resonare De INTER Solaris") were shown at the Ji.hlava IDFF. He received the Graphic Artist of the Year Award 2019 and 2021 in the category "computer" and "experimental graphics" respectively.