Earth Versions

The installation Earth Versions is a cluster of different size globes, which are interconnected. The connection method creates a shape of natural wine or grape cluster. Grapes refers to the abundance of fruit, harvest or creative power. A ball or sphere refers in to the female element. The Goddess Gaia is often displayed with globe instead of a pregnant belly and breasts full of milk.  Physicality of planet. The Earth versions project illustrates the fact that our planet is a living organism. We, the humans, also cocreates the shared consciousness. We are witnessing, co-creators and destroyers at the same time.  Intelligent mass of planets. Grapes from globes refers in to kabbalistic tree of life and also in to knowledge of modern quantum physics. Science and mysticism offer the possibility of that our world exists in many different versions which are pervious. Some of these worlds are known to us, but many of them are hiden. Rationality is irrational. 

Earth versions installation was exhibited as a part of Art for a better world exhibition in NTK gallery, curator Milan Mikuláštik 19.10.-30.11.2017

Post Human Research

Post Human Research project was part of the exhibition Microbites of innovation in Museum of Art and Technology in Singapore 27.6.-2.7.2017 It is couple of performances with a correlation – between a human-object 01 – is without face asking about her identity to Google asking about where is lost her personality in the network. Google responds by the voice of google translate app. 02 – a female pregnant body covered in black and white liquids abstract details of female body we can prehistorical sculpture. First and final role of woman: being goddess ore being robotic slave. Do we have chance to choose our roles in our contemporary society?

collaboration Johana Střížková, photos by Matthew Aslett, exhibited as a part of group exhibition Microbites of innovation, curated by Nancy Mauro-Flude and Markéta Dolejšová, Art and Technology Museum Singapore.

Sirens are totally fascinated by people and their world, dozens of them roam the coast every year, and carry everything they throw away in their homes. At the bottom of the ocean there are strange camps copying the human world. Among other things, he builds them from black boxes of crashed aircraft, cans from coca-cola, old boots, barbed wire or neoprene pieces for windsurfing. (Dorota Maslowska) We build the state of the modern deregulated siren as an allegory of the environment that we build around each other. Stairlifting will be ritualized sailing in the imaginary consumer ocean. Costume made in collaboration with Vaclava Davidová.