Dorota Sadovská (*1973) is a Slovak visual artist who looks for a centre of gravity in well-known themes, techniques and relationships. She wants to feel her way to the unique point upon which she can balance opposites: spirituality with unconcealed physicality, symmetry with ugliness, a minimalist view with baroque astonishment. Taking recurrent themes from the history of art and thinking, she gives them a new, fresh, innovative treatment. She installs realistic paintings in three-dimensional objects and lets cut-out photographs wander about the wall. So as to create a separate presentation for potential viewers who do not feel like visiting a gallery, she uses the format of a woman’s magazine. We have seen her in a performance with real grass, or with interactive robots made of plastic waste.