Anna Hulačová was born in 1984 in Sušice (Czech Republic) and currently lives and works in Český Brod. She studied between 2006 and 2012 at Prague’s Academy of Fine Arts, and then continued her studies in Seoul and in Aberdeen (Scotland). Her sculptural art shares aspects with the figurative styles, with roots in the traditions and techniques of Czech folklore, ancient mythologies of Asian cultures as well as elements of Christian symbolism, all of which she presents embedded in a sort of post-socialist aesthetic. She has an interest in working with concrete, a medium which she often mixes with radically different materials (wood, dough, paper, beeswax) and often complements her works with digital prints and photographs. Among her cited influences, Czech cubist sculptor Otto Gutfreund (1889–1927) is one of the most important points of reference.