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We hope that the chinese will forgive us Jiří Ptáček | interview | 01.03.2006
WE HOPE THAT THE CHINESE WILL FORGIVE US
We met the young director Lucie Králová to discuss her new documentary Ztracená dovolená (Lost Vacation). Before we switched on the recorder she apologized for not being able to speak freely about the film, since she wants the film to surprise the viewers. But the structure of the interview was clear: we were going to speak about the discovery of 22 sets of negatives documenting a journey of…
Life in Counterculture Lenka Dolanová | interview | 01.02.2006
LIFE IN COUNTERCULTURE
Interview with Gene Youngblood Gene Youngblood (1942) is an electronic media art critic and the author of Expanded Cinema (1970), one of the first publications dealing with video and computer-generated film. He has been elaborating its ideas—ranging from expanded conceptions of film and the arts to science, technology and cultural revolution—since 1967 in his weekly column, “Intermedia,” for…
Manager´s Civilization Eduard Piňos | interview | 01.02.2006
MANAGER´S CIVILIZATION
Eduard Piňos interviews Eastwood The Eastwood Group follows the research of relations between contemporary communication and information technologies and cultural practice. This project, consisting of two Yugoslavian software experiments, is trying to reach an understanding of principles and changes in our information society. Eastwood then tries to widen their findings about the evolution of…
It is Necessary to Enter the Sacred and Forbidden Vít Šisler | interview | 01.02.2006
IT IS NECESSARY TO ENTER THE SACRED AND FORBIDDEN
A Dinner with Olaf Oliver Kielmayer | interview | 01.01.2006
A DINNER WITH OLAF
Oliver Kielmayer speaks with Olaf Breuning Why didn’t you attend the opening of the Biennale in Prague? I had a production in New York that occupied all my time. For three months I was involved in a new exhibition in the gallery Chisenhale. It was my first important exhibition in London on such a large scale. What did you show in Chisenhale? Most people expected multi-media work with sound…
Ideology of modernism Jiří Skála | interview | 01.01.2006
IDEOLOGY OF MODERNISM
Interview with Jiří Skála and Aleksander Komarov. Jiří Skála is a Czech artist. Aleksander Komarov comes from Belarus, is an artist as well and lives in Rotterdam. They met in Vienna and later in Prague, when Komarov took part in the biennale at the Prague National Gallery. Reaching for a voice with cosmopolitan erudition, Skála inquired about actuality, modernism, ideology of architecture, free…
Nothing: An Interview with Kateřina Šedá Markéta Uhlířová | interview | 01.01.2006
NOTHING: AN INTERVIEW WITH KATEŘINA ŠEDÁ
Since becoming a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, the Czech Republic in 1999, Kateřina Šedá has staged public interventions into everyday life that she identifies as ”normality.” These experiments have taken place in small villages near Brno, her home environment, as well as in the urban setting of her second home Prague. Her past projects include The First Rally of Sunday Painters …
Constructed Decay Henrikke Nielsen | interview | 01.03.2005
CONSTRUCTED DECAY
Danish artist Simon Dybbroe Müller’s work is founded on a conceptual approach from which an extensive web of art historical, literary and architectural associations is spun. The notions of chance, accidents and decay are subverted in a wide range of materials and interventions, which reveal a fascination with constructed reality. Based in Frankfurt Simon Dybbroe Müller’s most recent exhibitions…
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?DO IT YOURSELF! Olga Vasinkevich interviews Dmitry Vilensky Olga Vašinkevič | interview | 01.02.2005
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?DO IT YOURSELF! OLGA VASINKEVICH INTERVIEWS DMITRY VILENSKY
Dmitry Vilensky became famous in St. Petersburg in the early 1990s due to his creative activities and organization of photo exhibitions associated with the beginnings of St. Petersburg photography as an independent artistic trend. In 1995, he established a PHOTOpostscriptum, a union in cooperation with other Petersburg photographers, who together organized a lot of exhibitions to feature Russian…
May I Have This Dance? Martina Pachmanová | interview | 01.01.2005
MAY I HAVE THIS DANCE?
With Milena Dopitová about art and the cycle of life About my sister What set you on the path to becoming an artist? I was in the eighth grade at home with the flu and had nothing else to do. The first impulse struck when I came across some picture postcards depicting landscapes, and I painted them, and it made the time go by faster. Since that time I realized more and more that art is what I…
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