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"My Freedom I Regain" by Radoslav Rochallyi

Updated: Apr 30






Radoslav Rochallyi, PhD., was born on May 1, 1980, in Czechoslovakia, into a family with Lemko and Hungarian heritage. His works frequently explore mathematical elements, including symmetry, geometry, equations, and numbers, using a diverse range of media to create visual patterns. For more information, please visit: https://www.rochallyi.com

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