Born in the Czech Republic, Konrad Wyrebek earned a degree in Fine Arts from London Metropolitan University in 2011, and previous to that, studied Fine Art Painting from Westminster University, London, and Art History and Technology of Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw. Wyrebek represents and challenges contemporary life and culture through the use of television-, film- and social media-based images, creating abstract video paintings. Recent exhibitions include PUBLICPRIVATE, Armory Art Week, New York (2014), Painting in Relation, Solyanka Art Museum, Moscow (2014), Flesh Reality, Point Zero Project Space, London (2013), Question of Sport, Royal Academy and Museum of Contemporary Art, Clifford Chance Collection, London (2012), and CutOut, Sotheby's Institute of Art, London (2011). Wyrebek is the recipient of the 2011 Sir John Cass Sculpture Prize, along with both the John Burn Sponsorship Award for 3-D printing and the Metropolitan Works Sponsorship Award for rapid prototyping, both in 2011. He has recently exhibited works from his Data Error series at The C Collection, curated by Vittoria Broggini at MiArt Milan and at the Dallas Art Fair in Dallas, Texas. Wyrebek lives and works in London.