The work of Czech artist living in Sweden is distinguished by its compulsively systematic, practically scientific creative process. Her effort to understand the relationship between soil and man has led her to create her own work methods, through which she executes an investigation into local materials. She continues this procedure within the terms of the symposium, in reaction to local particularities. She uses clay from the post-industrial landscape around Bechyně or glazes from the surrounding flora, which she processes herself. Králíková thereby also consciously touches on ecological topics and reveals that untouched nature is only superficially virgin through her intervention.