Adam Vackar’s work is conceptually driven and spans the disciplinary boundaries of visual art, biology, ecological thought, and biosocial themes. He examines the complex interactions between humans and non-native plants, exploring how knowledge production and power structures influence political, social, and spiritual relationships between humans and these plants, while also drawing parallels to patterns of human migration. 

Vackar conducts artistic research on Giant Hogweed to explore questions from both non-human and human perspectives. His previous works address the entangled identities in Central and Eastern Europe through autotheory and exhibition projects based on his family archive, materializing in numerous installations and films.

He co-runs the interdisciplinary platform Transparent Eyeball in collaboration with evolutionary biologist Dr. Jindřich Brejcha, a researcher at Charles University. Additionally, he collaborates with Berlin-based art historian and critic Noemi Smolik on the platform Hope Recycling Station, which organizes lectures featuring international artists, thinkers, philosophers, and writers.

Vackar graduated from École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His work has been presented at S.M.A.K., Centre Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, Art Basel (Statements and Film), Cologne Kunstverein, Museum Morsbroich, National Gallery in Prague, City Gallery Prague, FRAC Occitanie Montpellier, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, FRAC Franche-Comté, and other venues.

His works are included in public collections at S.M.A.K. in Belgium, Museum Morsbroich in Germany, FRAC Languedoc-Roussillon in France, ETH Zürich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) – Grafische Sammlung, Prague City Gallery, GASK, Galerie Klatovy/Klenová, among others. His works are also in private collections such as the Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Marc et Josée Gensollen Collection in Marseille, and Anetma in France; the Frédéric de Goldschmidt Collection in Brussels; the Time Capsule Collection in Zürich; and the Sanz Esquide & Cortell Collection in Barcelona, as well as other private collections in Switzerland, France, Germany, Belgium, Canada, Italy, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia.

He has participated in residencies at Delfina Foundation in London, Residency Unlimited in New York, Pavillon at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, and the Boghossian Foundation in Brussels.