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Adam Hudec


_RESEARCH BASED PROJECTS Breathing Central | The University of Hong Kong Low Oxygen Areas | Hong Kong Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre EnergyScape | Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

_DESIGN PROJECTS | COMPETITIONS Winery| FA VUT Brno Flying Wind Turbine | FA VUT Brno Jewish Gully | FA VUT Brno 5 light | competition

_EXHIBITIONS Thread Softly | Academy of Fine Arts Vienna The impossible Order | Berlin Wall Memorial Altwasser_Sudetenland | The Gallery of Architecture Brno 79 104 Steps | Palace for Artist Prague The Cloth |

Contemporary Art Platform Brno

The Ambiguity of Peanut | Gallery Mini Brno

BREATHING CENTRAL Research based project | 2017 TOPIC_ microclimate and air content in public space LOCATION_ Hong Kong Central GRANT_ The University of Hong Kong SUPERVISOR_ prof. Valerie Portefaix COLLABORATION_ Hong Kong Clean Air Network ANIMATION_

Looking back to history, air content, especially levels of oxygen determined LIFE on earth. Following Great Dying Period (about 252 million years ago) when oxygen levels dropped to below half what it is today, so about 10% - majority of species living on Earth that time died out. But how it looks like to experience a lack of oxygen personally in certain areas of Hong Kong? Ventilation Buildings, as an innocent structures, hidden almost in every street, releasing thousand cubic meters of heavy, low oxygen air into local climate, influencing our well-being more than we could ever imagine. Hypoxia, followed by dizziness is just direct influence of low oxygen air on our bodies. One can witness reactions of this air on our environment we live in, nature has several back-ups to cope with lack of oxygen - forests and ocean play the main role with photosynthesis. Marine Ecosystem can suffer from low oxygen air by creating algae helping to cope with low level of oxygen in atmospher. Data collection as a main mapping method transform invisibility of gases and feelings into numbers, diagrams and drawings. Present attributes of air reflects human processes shaping the atmosphere. So how our future (anthropocene) air would look/smell like? How architecture can potentially address and show this problem? Is finding the solution the right answer?

Mapping the number of ventilation building hidden in most prominent public space in Hong Kong Central as a benches

Hong Kong Central Pier area | site is build on reclaimed land with high density infrastracture | high amount of ventilation outlets influence local microclimate


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noice levels



oxygen levels

Process of collecting and visualising data about air quality coming out of the ventilation outlet

Drawing (1.2m x 3.0m) shows the invisible architecture (collected data, air content, underground infrastructure, air corridors etc..) with zooming in to the site of my research

device PLA-02

E X P E R I M E N TA L D E V I C E P L A - 0 2 Device for experiencing. Temperature inside: 29.7°C Oxygen level: 16% Humidity: 62% PM2.5: 28 μg/m3 Risk of Hypoxia: high Dimension: 2.5x3x5.5m Volume: 41.25m³ Device enables people to experience exhaust air coming out of the pumproom outlets. The device will be inflated by this air and people could enter the structure and experience the difference between fresh outside air and heavy and used vent air. Device could adress problems about air quality and make people aware of this issue. Thermometer, humidity meter and PM2.5 particles meter was placed inside the structure to measure differences and potential pollution between inside air and fresh air on the street.

PLA - 02 experience - interior

PLA - 02 inflation on site - 10.11.2017 - Hong Kong Central Pier n.5 public intervention - device was plug on existing pumproom outlet and exhaust air was used as a structural element. Later on, public was invited to step into the device and experience the difference between air quality coming out of the outlet and fresh air outside.

all tool for construction has been given or borrowed to me - ecology is about sharing

BUILDING PROCESS Building process was part of the concept of the device. Biodegradable film as a main material determined the form and structural reinforcement of the device. Working with no-waste strategy influences final outcome - no neccesary cuts and design acts. Design is strictly following the behaviour of semi-transparent biodegradable plastic film. With a planned degradation period of 15 months, device is environmental friendly despite of the fact it can be used only once. Material: Biodegradable plastic PLA 489 Colour: light blue Transparency: 80% Thickness: 0.25mm Total lenght: 66m Total weight: 1.69kg Degradation time: 15 monts

Process captured at The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture PLA plastic for construction

axonometry - lifespan of the device

inflated device PLA-02

public intervention | Hong Kong Central Pier n.5 | 10.11.2017 | 7 - 9pm

people engaging with device PLA-02

collected questionaires

The device caught a lots of attention among public and policemen as well. Few of them came and support my project. I invited people to step into the structure and advise them to stay there no more than 5 minutes due to pollution of that air. After they came out, they were asked to fill the questionaire about their feelings and common knowledge about ventilation buildings and quality of air in Hong Kong. Almost everyone experienced consequences of low oxygen air personally such as dizziness or breathing difficulty... Just to describe how it felt - the air was warmer, it smelt a bit like oil and it was difficult to breathe normally. Together with Hong Kong CAN we developed a strategy to organise public events about impacts of ventilation buildings on humans planned in each district of Hong Kong with locals. First discussion was held on January the 21st. in Sheung Wan district with one of the worst air quality index across the city of Hong Kong thanks to the high density of ventilation outlets from underground infrastructure.

LOW OXYGEN AREAS Research based project | 2017 TOPIC_ impact of low oxygen air on coastal and marine ecosystem LOCATION_ Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong area GRANT_ The University of Hong Kong SUPERVISOR_ prof. Valerie Portefaix COLLABORATION_ Hong Kong Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre|GMO

Project was based on research about mapping the coastal areas of Pear River Delta region. Main focus of explorations was on marine ecosystem, impacts of low oxygen air on marine life and ecosystem, coastal areas and pollution levels across natural reservoir. Expeditions took place during August and October 2017 and was guided by Hong Kong Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre. One of the major discovery was the finding of relation between low levels of oxygen in atmosphere and growth of algae around Pearl River Delta what caused significant devastation of marine life over past decades. Several algal bloom in Pear River Delta region recorded over last decade was nothing else just “activated back up” system of nature how to deal with low levels of oxygen in air. Growing algae started to release oxygen with photosynthesis in order to bring ecosystem back to equilibrium. Destroyed marine life was just a side effect of that process, however, long term overfishing signigicatly weaken the self-recovery processes of marine environment. Discoveries and explorations made during this research led to project “Breathing Central” where I have tried to investigate the influence of low oxygen air on human body and public space.

Hong Kong archipelago | sites of the research

natural coastal habitat | Lantau Island

after strong typhoon beach is a deposit of trash from sea | Lantau island

exploration of coastal ecosystem

exploring the destruction of marine life through glass bottom of the expedition boat | impact of low oxygen air | Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park

One of the last mangrove forests in Pear River Delta| Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park

natural textures of beach with mangrove forest

ENERGYSCAPE Research based project | 2016 TOPIC_ anthropocene processes and microclimate LOCATION_ Open pit mine Bilina | Czech Republic UNIVERSITY_ The Academy of Fine Arts | Vienna SUPERVISOR_ prof. Hannes Stiefel | prof. Kathrin Asthe COLLABORATION_ The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute | GMO

Shapes and forms making up the landscape of surface mines are nothing but the reflection of invisible energy structure spread throughout all levels of territory. Changing landscape creates new topographic qualities of these places. Dehydrated areas, exposed surfaces, windless sites, increased temperature of the local environment. Landscape is in transformation process. (Landscape transformation can make invisible elements appear and reveal describing features) In surface coal mine Bilina (CZ) the human activity continues to develop the landscape. Considering that any territory and land-use system can evolve in many ways, tracking potential becomes a way intended to prevent social and ecological decay as well as energy deficiency of the landscape. Above the visible physical landscape lies the invisible architecture of our atmosphere. What we can not see, we can feel. The process of shaping surface has tremendous infuence on its surroundings. Changing atmosperic properties are captured thorugh weather data over last few decades, but how we can reconstruct them and how do we show this sensational aspect of space?... open-pit mine BĂ­lina

Czech Republic

Open pit mine Bilina

As a source information for “ground processes� we gathered GEO-data and for processes happenning above the site we collected weather data - how they relate to each other?


coal forming processes

PROCESSES Shapes and forms making up the landscape of surface mines are nothing but the reflection of invisible energy structure spread throughout all levels of territory. Changing landscape creates new topographic qualities of these places. Dehydrated areas, exposed surfaces,windless sites, increased temperature of the local environment. Landscape is in transformation process. The process of shaping surface has temendous influence on its surrounding.

dehydration of landscape

mining processes

recultivating process

energy production process

coal burning processes

multiple 3D scans of surface from drona footage

Drawing (1.1 x 2.0m) showing the weather data from local meteo station projected on site, reflecting changing microclimate over past decades of mining process

_DESIGN PROJECTS | COMPETITIONS Winery| FA VUT Brno Flying Wind Turbine | FA VUT Brno Jewish Gully | FA VUT Brno 5 light | competition

WINERY jaroslavice design project | 2016 LOCATION_ Jaroslavice, South Moravia SUPERVISOR_ prof. Jan Mlecka UNIVERSITY_ FA VUT, Brno

The aim of my bachelor thesis was to design a Wine Farmstead for local wine-maker from Jaroslavice (CZ), which are located in the border area of Czech Republic and Austria, in famous viticulture region of Suthern Moravia. The program and site was given to us. Program consits from 3 different parts - technology area, wine tasting and accomodation for 50 visitors. Located in the former quarry, the aim of the concept was to highlight the phenomena of geological shift in soil type underneath the future building. Not only the quality of soil is mirrored in taste of the vine, the main material defininng the the wine quality is exposed, penetrating and influencing climate of the interior spaces. Big cantilever address the geological “instability� of the former quarry and offers views to spectacular open landscape of southern moravia.

form finding

conceptual models/diagrams

The relationship of the landscape and the former brikcery area was the source of tension for me. I was working with the gap of the quarry/ geological shift and abstract them to the simple line. The line is the border, intersection, break as well as the only universal cojuction of open landscape, vineyard, pheasantry, former brickery. The fundamental element of architecture.

wine tanks

POWER PLANT FARM design project | 2015 LOCATION_ Libava, Czech Republic SUPERVISOR_ prof. Jan Mlecka UNIVERSITY_ FA VUT, Brno

The result of detailed study and specific research of Libava area within the border area of Czech Republic were thediscovery - the most effective renewable energy source of current areas is wind energy in terms of its huge potential (wind map CZ). The majority of areas of our interest are highly sustainable for wind power plants and their effectivity would be extremly bearable not only in relationship to border area of Czech Republic but also in Europe in general.

250m 170m

1990 3MW

2010 8MW

2020 16MW

The Aim of the project was to offer the elimination of impact to nature and landscape, increase power of the wind turbine and offer alternative to current, heavy constructed turbines. Light, hellium filled structure is transmiting produced energy via laser. A high attitude floating power plant filled with helium has two rotors instead of one, the lenght is about 400m, the operation height is about 500m (can be adjusted due to wind conditions).

New Wind Turbine for Libava

FAN STRUCTURAL LAYERS carbon supporting layer glass fibre layer coating (protective) layer

kom ch Bánovc odpočin kovým nou sce nevinný

     ‘                                          ’    design project | 2014    LOCATION_ Lutov, Slovakia  SUPERVISOR_ prof. Jilji Sindlar     – UNIVERSITY_ FA VUT, Brno      14th of February 1944        


Einsatzkommando 13 used a special tzpe of slaughtering called Sonderbehandlung - execution without trial which  was carried out immediately at the place of arrest.


Those executions targeted people directlz involved in armed insurrections against the slovakian regime closelz allied  with the nazis and the racially persecuted part of the slova  kian population.


The fascists imprisoned many jews and afterwards trans-

  ferred them in trucks to places off the beaten track - places  where they were to be murdered. That was the case of Bu

kovina, a grove near the village Lutov located in the trencin surrouding villages found

  region. All the jews from the  there their death.    Concept is based on visitor´s  

personal experience with space. The space evocates the feelings of anxiety, distress and relaxation in the end. The contact with spiritual. The visit  leaves a pernament brain-print on the human. 

   The concrete

has constructional, artistic and symbolic pur-

pose in the building. Rein-forced concrete is the main mate  rial, coloured in the interior. The memorial column is made


by special concrete with silica-alcali reaction - it will follow the design and symbolic proposal.

Rez 1:200



Pôdorys 1:200

               

 

                          


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㔀 猀瘀攀琀椀攀氀 猀瘀椀攀琀椀愀挀椀挀栀 瀀爀椀愀洀漀 搀漀 渀攀戀椀攀猀Ⰰ 愀欀漀 猀礀洀戀漀氀 瀀椀愀琀椀挀栀 稀愀渀椀欀渀甀琀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 漀戀挀Ⰰ  渀攀猀切挀椀 漀搀欀愀稀 琀爀瀀欀攀樀 栀椀猀琀爀椀攀Ⰰ 搀甀愁 稀漀猀渀甀氀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 愀樀 渀搀攀樀攀 搀漀 戀甀搀切挀渀漀猀琀椀⸀ 倀爀瘀攀  琀Ⰰ 稀愀猀椀愀栀渀甀琀 漀搀猀甀渀漀洀 欀瘀氀椀 瘀‫ﴀ‬猀琀愀瘀戀攀 瘀漀搀渀栀漀 搀椀攀氀愀 愀 琀Ⰰ 欀琀漀爀 瀀爀椀 瘀‫ﴀ‬猀琀愀瘀戀攀  猀琀爀愀琀椀氀椀 渀愀樀戀氀椀縁愁挀栀Ⰰ ഁ椀 瀀爀攀 瀀漀稀漀猀琀愀氀‫ﴀ‬挀栀Ⰰ 欀琀漀爀 瘀漀 瘀漀搀挀栀 伀爀愀瘀猀欀攀樀 瀀爀椀攀栀爀愀搀礀  瀀爀椀愁氀椀 漀 瀀爀戀甀稀渀‫ﴀ‬挀栀Ⰰ 戀甀搀攀 洀攀洀漀爀椀氀 猀礀洀戀漀氀漀洀 切挀琀礀Ⰰ 爀攀愁瀀攀欀琀甀 愀 瀀漀欀漀爀礀⸀ 嘀  渀攀瀀漀猀氀攀搀渀漀洀 爀愀搀攀 猀瘀攀琀氀漀 洀縁攀 戀礀攁 挀栀瀀愀渀 愀欀漀 瀀愀爀愀氀攀氀愀 欀 瘀‫ﴀ‬爀漀戀攀 攀氀攀欀ⴀ 琀爀椀挀欀攀樀 攀渀攀爀最椀攀 愀 瘀‫ﴀ‬猀琀愀瘀戀攀 瀀爀椀攀栀爀愀搀礀Ⰰ 欀琀漀爀 樀攀 瀀爀渀漀猀漀洀 瀀爀攀 挀攀氀‫ ﴀ‬爀攀最椀渀⸀ 


嘀 渀瘀爀栀甀 瀀爀愀挀甀樀攀洀攀 猀 漀搀欀愀稀漀洀 渀愀 欀甀氀琀切爀渀甀 栀椀猀琀漀爀椀挀欀切 欀爀愀樀椀渀甀Ⰰ 欀琀漀爀 猀琀愀瘀ⴀ 戀漀甀 瀀爀椀攀栀爀愀搀礀 稀愀渀椀欀氀愀⸀㔀 猀瘀攀琀椀攀氀 樀攀 猀椀琀甀漀瘀愀渀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 渀愀 洀椀攀猀琀愀挀栀 戀‫ﴀ‬瘀愀氀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 漀戀挀Ⰰ 㐀  猀瘀攀琀氀 瀀氀瘀愀樀切 渀愀 瘀漀搀渀攀樀 栀氀愀搀椀渀攀Ⰰ 瀀漀猀氀攀搀渀 稀 渀椀挀栀 樀攀 甀洀椀攀猀琀攀渀 渀愀 匀氀愀渀椀挀欀ⴀ 漀洀  漀猀琀爀漀瘀攀⸀  匀瘀攀琀氀  瀀氀瘀愀樀切  渀愀  愁琀爀甀欀琀切爀攀  琀瘀愀爀漀瘀漀  漀搀欀愀稀甀樀切挀攀樀  渀愀  猀琀爀攀挀栀礀  欀漀猀琀漀氀渀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 瘀攀縁 稀愀琀漀瀀攀渀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 漀戀挀⸀ 㔀 猀瘀攀琀椀攀氀 樀攀 瘀椀搀椀琀攀㸁渀‫ﴀ‬挀栀 稀 ༁愀氀攀欀栀漀 漀欀漀氀椀愀Ⰰ  渀愀欀漀㸁欀漀 猀瘀椀攀琀椀愀 搀漀 瘀‫ﴀ‬愁欀礀 琀愀欀洀攀爀 猀琀漀 洀攀琀爀漀瘀⸀ 䬀愀縁搀‫ ﴀ‬稀 一洀攀猀琀漀瘀愀 愀 漀欀漀氀椀琀‫ﴀ‬挀栀  漀戀挀  洀漀縁攀  瘀椀搀椀攀攁  瀀爀琀漀洀渀漀猀攁  洀攀洀漀爀椀氀甀  愀欀漀  猀切ഁ愀猀攁  欀爀愀樀椀渀礀Ⰰ  洀椀攀猀琀愀Ⰰ  ഁ愀猀甀⸀  倀漀ഁ愀猀 搀䠁愀 樀攀 戀愀搀愀攁 爀攀攀攀砀椀攀 猀瘀攀琀氀愀 渀愀 瘀漀搀渀攀樀 栀氀愀搀椀渀攀⸀ 刀攀攀攀砀渀 戀漀搀礀Ⰰ 欀琀漀爀  瀀切琀愀樀切 瀀漀稀漀爀渀漀猀攁⸀ 

In the proposal, we are working with a reference to a cultural historical landscape that has ceased to build a dam. 5 The lights are situated in places of former villages, 4 lights float on the water surface, the last of which is located on the Slanic Island. Lights are floating on a structure that is referenced on the roofs of the church towers of flooded municipalities. 5 lights are visible from far away, as they light up to a hundred meters. Each inhabitant of Námestovo and surrounding communities can see the presence of the memorial as part of the landscape, the place, the time. During the day, light is reflected on the water surface. Reflective points that attract attention.The force of these acts is stunning, yet they have been almost forgotten and stay neglected.

瀀漀搀瘀漀搀渀 ഁ愀猀攁

competition| 2017 place - winner of the competition LOCATION_ Namestovo, Slovakia COLLABORATION_ Rumena Trendafilova, Kristina Sevcikova

5 lights shining directly into the heavens as a symbol of five deserted communities, bearing the link of bitter history, the souls of the deceased and hope for the future. It is these people who have lost their homes for the construction of the water dam and the survivors who have lost their relatives in the waters of the Orava Dam, the memorial will be a symbol of respect and humility. Last but not least, light can be seen as a parallel to electricity generation and dam construction, which is beneficial to the entire region.

ഁ愀猀攁 渀愀搀 瘀漀搀漀甀

㔀 匀嘀䔀吀䤀䔀䰀

伀爀愀瘀猀欀 栀洀爀攀

匀氀愀渀椀挀愀 伀猀愀搀愀

㴁愀瘀欀漀瘀漀 򂐀猀琀椀攀

爀攀攀攀砀椀攀 猀氀渀欀愀 愀 爀攀攀攀砀椀攀 渀愀 栀氀愀搀椀渀攀 瀀漀ഁ愀猀 搀䠁愀

猀瘀攀琀氀漀 瀀漀ഁ愀猀 瘀攀ഁ攀爀愀 愀 渀漀挀椀

挀攀稀 稀椀洀甀 爀漀稀琀瀀愀渀椀攀 㸁愀搀 瀀漀洀漀挀漀甀 椀渀琀攀 欀愀爀戀渀漀瘀攀樀

瘀椀稀甀愀氀椀稀挀椀愀 ⴀ 瀀漀ഁ愀猀 搀䠁愀 ⴀ 洀攀洀漀爀椀氀 漀搀爀縁愀 猀瘀攀琀氀漀 愀 爀攀攀攀砀椀攀 渀愀 瘀漀搀渀攀樀 栀氀愀搀椀渀攀

瘀椀稀甀愀氀椀稀挀椀愀 ⴀ 瀀漀ഁ愀猀 搀䠁愀 ⴀ 洀攀洀漀爀椀氀 漀搀爀縁愀 猀瘀攀琀氀漀 愀 爀攀攀攀砀椀攀 渀愀 瘀漀搀渀攀樀 栀氀愀搀椀渀攀

瘀椀稀甀愀氀椀稀挀椀愀 ⴀ 瘀攀ഁ攀爀渀 猀椀琀甀挀椀愀 ⴀ 猀瘀攀琀氀漀 猀愀 瘀攀ഁ攀爀 爀漀稀猀瘀椀攀琀椀

_EXHIBITIONS Thread Softly | Academy of Fine Arts Vienna The impossible Order | Berlin Wall Memorial Altwasser_Sudetenland | The Gallery of Architecture Brno 79 104 Steps | Palace for Artist Prague The Cloth |

Contemporary Art Platform Brno

The Ambiguity of Peanut | Gallery Mini Brno

TREAD SOFTLY Exhibition| 2016 LOCATION_ The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna SUPERVISOR_ prof. Michelle Howard COLLABORATION_ Clarissa Lim, Clara Fung, Aya Kurz, Duha Telme, Bard College Students

The City, Migration, and Memory deals with migratory and migration memories in and of the city. The exhibits came into being as individual research projects in a seminar on German migration history at Bard College Berlin. The installation embedded these exhibits. Responding to the challenge of finding transitory, adaptable, disappearing and reappearing architectures, it seeks neither to master nor to serve the individual embedded pieces, but to enter a dialogue with them.

THE IMPOSSIBLE ORDER Exhibition | 2016 LOCATION_ The Berlin Wall Memorial SUPERVISOR_ prof. Michelle Howard COLLABORATION_ Clarissa Lim, Clara Fung, Aya Kurz, Duha Telme, Bard College Students

Exhibition attempts to tread softly by exploring new approaches to migration history, memory and experience in Germany. It does so in a post-migrant educational context where the students’ migrant background is the norm rather than the exception. The concept employed means and materials which have been either loaned, given or recycled, itself proposing an important alternative to consumerist methodology. The interior of The Berlin Wall Memorial had been transformed into archipelago of cardboard structures working as an self-standing elements. Each of them embeded works of Bard college students in different media and scale.

ALTWASSER _ SUDETENLAND Exhibition | 2016 LOCATION_ The Gallery of Architecture | Brno | CZ SUPERVISOR_ prof. Jan Mlecka COLLABORATION_ Martin Valicek, Lenka Levickova, Maria Muskova, Paula Zavacka, Kristína Uhrová, Jan Urbasek, Petra Sebova

The exhibition was based on 5 months of research about Sudetenland - border areas of Czech Republic where lived 3 milion Germans. After WWII. the ancestors where displaced and the areas remained empty. Newcomers did not respect the land quality and local history what had tremendous influence on social, environmental and landscape continuity.

There is a frozen land in the heart of Europe. In the past it was a prosperous region, home to 3 milion people. Paralyzed by expulsion. Today it offers forgotten potential. -Sudetenland-

Czech Republic

The aim of the research was to observe the natural potential of the landscape and propose the concept for “defrozing” the country. Post-industrial areas, water, forest and pastureland, displaced villages and towns, which have survived, even former education centre of Europe. The wide - range of nature environments offer the possibility of research in energy and other types of topics.

landscape is remarkably touched by forced desplacement of its ancestors...empty houses, empty villages, forgotten places...

My response to the concept of the exhibition was a flying wind turbine. Helium filled construction fly above the existing landscape without any support column. In the area of Sudetenland is very efficent to use wind turbines for its unique wind condition. This fictional proposal should provoke a discussion of use the renewable energy sources across the country. Czech Republic is in the very end in using of natural sources to gain energy.

THE CLOTH Fashion show | 2015 LOCATION_ Contemporary Art Platform | Brno | CZ COLLABORATION_ Tereza Dvorakova

The proposed model was a part of fahsion performance for Prototyp Venue in Brno, reflecting the topic of she show - body & space & light. PVC tubes filled with a coloured liquid was used as a significant element of the model.

79 104 STEPS Exhibition and Performance | 2015 LOCATION_ Palace for artist Pokoje | Prague COLLABORATION_ Lenka Levickova, Maria muskova, Marek Svoboda, Martin Valicek, Petra Sebova, Jan Mlecka

25 000 german inhabitants were moved out from Brno in the evening the 30th of May 1945. During the March of Death towards Vienna, 1690 humans died deu to exhaustion and inhumane treatment, the majority of them in a detention camp in Pohorelice. Authentic soil has been brought from the Memorial in Pohorelice and refers to humanity. Just keep silence and follow them. Overcoming of Physical boundaries and the Boundaries of the the mind. Space, the smell of soil, silence, step, step, step, step.....

During the opening hours of the gallery there was always a human being walking on soil from cemetery. Steps, Steps, Steps...

steps steps steps steps

....the soil after 14days

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THE AMBIGUITY OF PEANUT Exhibition + performance | 2015 LOCATION_ Gallery Mini | Brno | CZ COLLABORATION_ Marek Svoboda, Maria Muskova, Petra Sebova

The title of the exhibition reflects the ambiguity, sometimes even oddity of everyday moments in UK. The conflict between expectations (the subconsciously created image british culture, lifestyle, standards, icons...) and the reality, daily life stereotype. Involving all senses we represent life experience (9 months student exchage in Brighton) Exhibited objects, activities, sounds (authentic) became the synonym of UK and replaced our idea of what is typical and traditional.

of Peanut We were focused to fulfill visitors all senses and bring taste, sound and flavors of our casual life in UK directly to the gallery.

The Ambiguity

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