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Olga Krykun: 720/027

Juliana Höschlová & Marta Antoniak: Bulimia Cocktail Party

Linda Dušková & kolektiv: Sandman

This performace is in czech only.

Aleš Zapletal: Solo project

Díra na trhu: Interdimenzionální čočka

This peeformance is in Czech only.

Timbre Timbre (CAN)

Three years have passed since the last and the first Prague show. This year, Canadian Timber Timbre return to present their latest record Sincerely,…

And So I Watch You From Afar (NIR, Sargent House)

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Gallery

About gallery

NoD Gallery, part of the multigenre NoD Experimental Space (theatre – visual art – music), is concerned with systematic presentation of the latest trends and experimental tendencies in contemporary art, with special regard to the media of painting, object art, monumental art and video art. NoD Gallery has cultivated long-term collaboration with members of the 1980s and 90s generations of artists, as well as laying a good deal of emphasis in its work on establishing links with young up-and-coming arrivals on the art scene. NoD Gallery´s current programme policy is focused on channelling support to Czech art by mediating projects carried out in association with international institutions, arranging participation in art fairs, doing agency management work in representation of select members of the youngest generation of artists, and organizing art auctions.

NoD Gallery, part of the multigenre NoD Experimental Space (theatre – visual art – music), is concerned with systematic presentation of the latest trends and experimental tendencies in contemporary art, with special regard to the media of painting, object art, monumental art and video art. NoD Gallery has cultivated long-term collaboration with members of the 1980s and 90s generations of artists, as well as laying a good deal of emphasis in its work on establishing links with young up-and-coming arrivals on the art scene. NoD Gallery´s current programme policy is focused on channelling support to Czech art by mediating projects carried out in association with international institutions, arranging participation in art fairs, doing agency management work in representation of select members of the youngest generation of artists, and organizing art auctions.

With not only video art in mind, at the point of starting its operation in November 2012, the Gallery drew up a concept focused on the presentation of artwork experimenting with moving image. The scale of genres and media comprised in this category is virtually unlimited, ranging from art video, video performance and computer art, to sound art and mapping – indeed everything that can be bracketed as audiovisual art. The gallery space also serves as a venue for music and drama productions, a lecture hall, as well as an area suitable for film projections and performances corresponding with its character as an experimental space.

Curator: Veronika Zajačiková