Modular dance installation MIMO is a project that aims to - physically - communicate through new forms of contemporary dance and digital media. Installation wishes with its extraordinaryness and new expression means, dynamics of energy and movement, emotional diversity, or mental acrobatics of man. Man with his transformations in an adventurous way from a socially - arid area to a new world. World in which stressful and fast life is under the technology. Factors that affect people so much that they become uncontrollable, "crazy" beings with unpredictable responses.
The exhibition project called Seven Touches offers confronting works of young artists whose common denominator is to draw attention to the human senses - their imperfection, frailty, and an attempt to verify their ability to reliably transmit information. The wide range of media (text from conceptual tuned installation audio and video installation) so communication takes place in the underground area, so in comparison to impersonal gallery framework provides a platform cramped and uncertainty stronger tone of the works.
Saturday's autumn morning October 3, 2015 at the Trencin castle was sunny and alive. He opens there because the second annual conference of the prestigious TEDx Trenčín and braces was there. The main program were 13 lectures speakers from the fields of art, science, psychology, technology and design. Great atmosphere for a while created a community of more than hundreds of people who were in charge of one positive energy.
In the exhibition spaces barracks in the area of Trencin Castle met non-professional artists on the occasion of the nationwide assessment of preliminary contests Art Spectrum 2015 announces a special guarantee whole event was National Cultural Centre with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic. Into fine range of 2015 a total of 382 enrolled impressive art works from 206 non-professional artists from all over Slovakia. The opening exhibition jury has recommended to 111 of them, from 84 authors.
Interactive holographic display prepared by the civic association composed TRAKT Pavol Soukal and Mgr. art Lukas Matejka in collaboration with the studio Industrial Design Faculty of Multimedia Communications of Tomas Bata University in Zlín (MgA. Jakub Hrdina and MgA. Ondrěj Puchta) at the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the studio. In the Monday, January 19, 2015 took place the opening of the library UTB (U13 building). The exhibition was dedicated to two important personalities - Dr. academic sculptures.
Happy innovative project concept in audio Stefan Olis (TRAKT), Pavol Soukal (TRAKT) and Lukáš Matejka (TRAKT) takes place as a side event at the Mirror Hall of the former theater star in Trencin The event Night of theaters 2014. The workshop, which was supported under the grant Youth Action index of Trencin was from the beginning built on the creative experiment. Which was accomplished on the dot, and the experience is definitely a rewarding experience for the audience as well as for the organizers. While proved vital link between generations.
Brno revived during the Brno Museum Night 16. 5. 2015 TRAKT prepared by the Technical Museum in Brno two projects. Projections of contemporary Slovak video art student from 18:00 to midnight and the audience had an opportunity to become familiar with clock-section of creative videos of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Academy of Arts in Banska Bystrica and the Faculty of Arts of the Technical University Kosice. The second project titled Audio Step demonstrated interactivity - movement - touch and sound. Visitors interactive touch and your movement they trigger sounds and noises.
TRAKT member Pavol Soukal, a design student at the Academy of Fine Arts and design in Bratislava, attended with his interactive installation at the exhibition Bratislava Design Week 2015. Project MIX BOX, was part of the award-winning collection of design subject to copyright under the leadership of doc. Mgr. art. Silvia Jokelová and assistant Mgr. art. Silvia Lovásová.
There is a process that leads to the origin of an artwork. Mostly it is called the process of creation. It is the activity performed by an artist and it leads to the goal, an artwork. The process of creation is inherently comprised in any artwork, the exhibition In Process, however, attempts to distinguish the creation and its result. Many artists often recollect that the road to the goal and the origin of their artwork are more important than the artwork itself. The exhibition In Process is guided by this idea.
There is a path that precedes the creation of a single art. Mostly, this process is called formation or creation process. It is an activity of artists, creators, reaching some goal. The result is an art as such, in any form or format. The process of creation is an integral part of the work. Despite of this fact the concept of this exhibition called “The process” aims to separate the process of creating of the output.