Pavel Korbička (*1972) is a Czech sculptor and visual artist, living in Brno. He studied at Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (1993 – 1998; Studio of Sculpture – Space – Instalation of Prof. Stanislav Kolíbal and Studio of Conceptual Trends of Prof. Miloš Šejn). In 1995 he represented the Czech Republic at “Projects for Young Artist – Germination IX” in Delphi (GR). Since 1998 he has been teaching at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Brno University of Technology (Studio of Sculpture No.2), where he was appointed associate professor in 2012. In 2006 he participated in the International Sculpture Symposium “Stahl Schwerin” ( DE) and in 2011 he participated in the “Skyway Festival” in Torun (PL). In 2019 he worked at SCOPE Light Art Residency in Berlin (DE). In 2020, he received an annual creative scholarship from Pollock – Krasner Fountation in New York (USA). He has been exhibiting since 1993, independently since 1998. He has realized authorial exhibitions such as etc.: Deflection (2019) in The Brno House of Arts (CZ); The Space of the Body (2017) in Via Art Gallery in Prague (CZ); Space in the Space (2017) in LAB 303 – Intermediate Experimental Gallery in Katowice (PL); or The Event of Space (2014) Kunsthalle Košice (SK). He has participated in group exhibitions such as etc.: Toyama Glass Exhibition (2021) in the Toyama Glass Art Museum (JP); The Venice Glass Week (2020) in Venice (IT); Pavillion 02 (2019) in GAD – Giudecca Art District in Venice (IT); NordArt (2018) in Büdelsdorf (DE); Glass as Art (2018) in Portheimka Glass Museum in Prague (CZ); or Labirinti di energia in Spazio Tadini Gallery in Milano (IT). Permanent Installations in public space: etc. The Structuring of Space (2019) in SCOPE BLN building in Berlin (DE); The Helix (2018) in staircase of Portheimka summer house in Prague (CZ); False Angle (2008) in staircase hall of the House of the Lords of Kunštát in Brno (CZ); or Phase of the Sphere in the International Sculpture Park in Wiligrad (DE).