Program
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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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Exhibitions

Stanislava Benešová, David Kolovratník, Václav Sigurson Kostohryz: Between Us

Three authors meet in a thematic exhibition. It combines not only interest in the human-animal captured in its specific environment, the authors conduct a quiet dialogue across genres, across the worlds of animal and human realms.

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Pavla Malinová & Pavel Dvořák: Bullying Eyes, Wheel Spins and Flies

This exhibition features works by two painters who have known each other since the time of their studies at the Ostrava University, and who have been close for many years now – not just personally, but also as regards their approaches to painting, characterized by sensitive reflection of the world around us, with its rapidly...

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Štěpán Kubík: SCN/GRP

One of the most obvious elements of Štěpán Kubík’s latest work, SCN GRP, is a moving dot, which traces its white path over a black background. It’s so elementary that it cannot be narrowed further. It moves without beginning or end across the gallery’s four walls, like a never...

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Daniel Vlček: Through the eye of mechanical reproduction

Daniel Vlček is interested in the link between artistic representation and industrial production and the relationship between sound and its visual expression. Certain formats in his body of work have been adapted from forms of industry, a fact attested to by his consistent work with loops and repeated motifs. Originally it was the...

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Pavel Karafiát: Objects On Horizon - Hic Sunt Dragones

The term "Hic sunt dracones" (here be dragons) was used by some ancient cartographers to denote the unknown territory that has not been maped or discovered. They labeled places that are on the horizon of our known world. Areas on the edge of the map during all times becomes a projection screen of our fantasies, discovery...

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Ladislav Tejml: Everything’s Gonna Be Alright 3

Either the world is heading into dark tomorrows, or perhaps we may  only be indulging in an exciting catastrophic fiction. We may either manage to extricate ourselves from the grip of that virtual anaconda, or it may prove to be enough if we just loosen our belts? Are these sleeve covers real, or a somewhat more powerful influx...

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Mr. Tomka: Images from elsewhere (Vietnam and Bali)

This project for Video NoD Gallery takes you through the large-scale projections to the exotic surroundings of Vietnam and Bali.

The romantic vision of paradise is disappearing in confrontation with an authentic footage from travels tempting destinations.

Jan Vyčichlo studied Audiovisual Arts at Tomas Bata University...

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Tomáš Predka & David Postl: A Man Who Didn´t Take Himself Too Seriously

Both up-and-coming distinctive figures on the contemporary art scene, Tomáš Predka and David Postl met in the studio of experimental painting headed by the widely respected artist, Daniel Richter, at Vienna´s Akademie der bildenden Künste, where they were acquainted with some of the currently most relevant...

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