Radim Labuda

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Radim Labuda (1976, Bratislava) is a visual artist. In recent years, he has been engaged in non-artistic activity as "a post-practice artist". He works with installations, political art, sound installations and video art. He is a founding member of the collective Punctum, in which Slovaks and Czechs are almost equally represented and which has been running an independent cultural and community centre in Prague's Žižkov district for several years. Radim Labuda is the laureate of the Jindřich Chalupecký Award in 2008. He lives in Prague. (2019)

He studied at the Faculty of Architecture STU, Bratislava (1995-2000), Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava (2000-2001), and the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague (2001-2006).