Pavla Ondrova is a Czech photographic artist and printmaker currently based in Cambridge. She studied Photography at the University of Westminster and her work has featured in both group and solo exhibitions in the UK, Poland and the Czech Republic.
Her current practice explores the interceptions of photographic dichotomies - positive and negative, analogue and digital - by combining the latest technologies with pioneering printing techniques, namely cyanotype and gum bichromate. She takes her inspiration from natural rhythms and occurrences, as well as Zen philosophy, specifically the concept of wabi-sabi. Transience and impermanence, two key principles of wabi-sabi, are themes present throughout her minimalistic work.