Adam Hudec is a researcher, architect, activist, co-founder and educator, focusing his expertise on material processes of both nature and culture through lenses of cross-disciplinary investigation. Operating at the intersection of art, science and architecture, cross-disciplinary methodologies became his tool to investigate unexpected and hidden anomalies of the environment.

Adam’s working methods are guided by scientific knowledge which informs his artistic production about processes that engage and interact with the audience. Adam's education in art and architecture encompasses studies at The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, The University of Hong Kong, The University of Brighton and Brno University of Technology. Adam's projects were shown on various international exhibition venues including Bi-City Biennale in Shenzhen, Design Biennale BIO 26 in Ljubljana or Venice Biennale in 2022.

His mission is to articulate issues related to environmental, social, political and ethical concerns, while shifting the role and the boundaries of disciplines. Outcomes of his cross-disciplinary collaborations are usually communicated through Dusts Institute; a research platform and community space he co-founded, leading Adam's practice towards a collaborative effort to re-claim and re-construct a common knowledge about the environment.