Ján Vasilko (*1979) is a Slovak visual artist who speaks to us through the expression of pure surfaces and elementary shapes, on the interface of abstraction and figurative art and this is why his work is characterized by flat geometrical abstraction. As a confessor of the struggle against the logic of the world, he has become a proficient constructor of painting or a designer of visual architecture. The form of the work is beaten with its content in unexpected harmony. Ján enjoys the inaccurability of the contents of his works, and deliberately encrypts the scene, as explained in his words: “I just don’t want that anybody will understand it!” The heroes of his paintings appear as hybrids of industrial elements and machinoids. Everything is supervised by Vasilko’s god of the machine, deux ex machina, an improbable figure, device, mechanism or apparatus.