On May 20, 2016 the artist Tereza Darmovzalová opened the 50th exhibition in Vitrina Deniska in the atypical role of curator. The opening of the Clover near Water exhibition by the performer Kateřina Konvalinová filled the alternative exhibition space on Denisova Street with beer, sausages and live music.
The largest show of Czech audiovisual art in Norway, two festivals of contemporary art, the commissioning of seven new artworks, a seminar for the general public in collaboration with the University. Those are just the highlights of the more than year-long project “Festivals of Live Cinema,” initiated by PAF–Festival of Film Animation, Olomouc.
From March 16 to April 10 2016 takes place a unique exhibition project in collaboration with PAF. Dreams that Money Can Buy in Prague based Drdova Gallery is a series of 25 events held daily after dark. Dreams that Money Can Buy is a new platform for the contemporary art of Czech moving image.
Meet the curator, artist and theoretician Marie Meixnerová over her new publication # mm net art – internetové umění ve virtuálním a fyzickém prostoru prezentace, Tuesday 11th of February, at the Brno bookstore ArtMap.
Following the unexpectedly great success of XY's first issue, independent galleries in Olomouc joined again in 2016 for the second issue of the unique “XY – art walk with exhibition openings”.
The sequence of exhibition openings, performances, concerts and other surprise events took place on April 28 2016. Documentation.
The screening block of Other Visions will be presented for the second time in the Studio Béla, Prague. Ten audiovisual works on the border line of animation and video art will be introduced by the curator of Other Visions 2015, film historian Lenka Střeláková, Friday April 1 2016 at 6 pm.
A cycle of lectures about Live Cinema organised by PAF within the framework of the Festivals of Live Cinema project continues. The autumn seminars What Is Live Cinema? with Greg Pope and Kateřina Koutná and the Tomáš Pospiszyl’s lecture In the Light of Laterna Magika, which took place in December, will be followed by the lecture What is Film?