Interventions 2014 event is cyclical, annual improvements examination fine art interventions in the public space, of which the first edition was held in 2012. The event takes place in the streets, squares, parks or other public places in Trebišov. Professional artists make up for a week at selected locations around site-specific interventions and works to revitalize public spaces, pointed to problems associated with public space, temporarily altered and awakened existing works of art and to enrich the empty spaces of the artistic value of content.

Beamvertising, Divadelna Nitra

TRAKT participated at the International Theatre Festival Nitra 2013 with the project Beamvertising forthright in the streets of Nitra. Projections especially prepared for this festival, have attracted residents of Nitra mainly in the pedestrian area, as well as in a Klokočina neighbourhood.  

Projections from a moving vehicle was possible to see as a part of  the additional program of the festival 27th September 2013 (Friday evening) and also 28th September 2013  during  the White Night.


Digital city

We decided to organize project Digital City because of the need to bring the trends of contemporary fine art among young people in Trencin. This idea is also identic with the main goal of Ofca platform. Ofca should cover similar activities. The intention of Ofca is to zoom high art to laic audience and to show him, that the art is also fun and it is possible to percept it in an easy way.

Slovak beamvertising

TRAKT premiered the project Slovak beamvertising in the streets of Trencin, Dubnica nad Vahom and vicinity on August 25th 2013. During the night were projected unconventional visuals in the streets of Trencicn by the TRAKT. Preparations of the project included several conceptual meetings since the summer 2013. Here were given the plans of routes and visual components. The idea of project was covered by Lukas Matejka and about implementation of project took care Denis Matus, Stefan Olis, Adam Siekel and Pavol Soukal.  

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