Interactive art for the public space, titled Nova Dubnica graffiti, took place on June 2, 2018 at the Mierove namestie - Square in Nova Dubnica (Slovakia). Artists from the civic association TRAKT composed of Mgr. art. Lukáš Matejka, ArtD. and Pavol Soukal has prepared the concept of light projection for a unique architecture by Jiri Kroha. Spectators have the opportunity to try to create - creating visual ornaments on their own skin (using an interactive escort). Recycling of old patterns has enabled real-time viewers to fold into a new, contemporary form.
Finland in December 2017 celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. On this occasion, throughout the year 2017, various events, concerts, exhibitions and other events throughout Finland will take place. Celebrations commenced on 31 December 2016 in Helsinki at a magnificent festival attended by some 130,000 visitors. The program was prepared for all ages. Approximately 1,000 people and 300 performers participated in its preparation. The main theme of the evening was Together / Spolu.
An interactive projection 'Folk graffiti' was held at the occasion of the award ceremony of Bratislava Design Week on 11 une 2016. Ornaments were livening up the facade of the building in front of the Church of the Poor Clares. Also visitors and passersby could grab one of the digital spray cans and take a turn. The project merges TRAKT's digital graffiti with a concept of Ľubomír Slovinský, who is studying at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. It compares traditional folk decorations to the graffiti on factory walls and housing estates.