On the occasion of the anniversary of 720 years of the town of Valašská Mezirici (CZ), on September 15, 2017, the first Festival of Lights with Virtual Reality in the region of Moravia and Silesia took place with the participation of TRAKT in the composition of Lukáš Matejka and Pavol Soukal. Valašské Meziříčí is a city-style celebration in the form of videomapping (a light projection) and a laser show alongside the world's metropolises such as Prague, Berlin, Paris or New York.
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.
Europe Day was celebrated at the Main Square in Bratislava on 9 May 2016. An unforgettable atmosphere was created by music bands Fragile and Fallgrapp , among others. The event was organised by the European Commission Representation and the European Parliament Information Office in Slovakia. The highlight of the evening was the digital graffiti by TRAKT. The 'digital writer' was 'spraying' the names of all member countries of the European Union on the facade of the Jesuit church in Trnava.
Innovative project for the public space digital graffiti (Watch report TV Markíza), the intermedia artists Pavol Soukal, Štefan Oliš and Lukas Matejka decided to implement based on the need to bring the trends of contemporary art among the general public and particularly young people in Trencin. We are responding to the UNO declaration of 2015 as the International Year of Light.
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.