16:00 | THURSDAY 6. 12. 2012 | Gallery U Mloka
Gallery U Mloka will become a shelter for Kristýna Lutzová's object and video. Her loginlogout thematizes the boundary between real and virtual worlds. Under the supervision of Richard Loskot the façade of the opposite building will be put into motion by the animated flashes of the art group from the faculty of Art and Design at Jan Evangelista Purkyně University.
12:30 | FRIDAY 7. 12. 2012 | Corpus Christi Chapel
Creative duo Barbora Trnková and Tomáš Javůrek are currently among the most active Czech artists working with expressive means of net art. They create interactive installations, web applications, pictures of the automatization of eminently human (?) mental processes, prayer fast-foods.
14:30 | FRIDAY 7. 12. 2012 | Corpus Christi Chapel
lecture with samples – Robert Sakrowski (DE)
If there is an expert on net-based art, who can eruditely speak about its history, present and future, about its "heroic era", the specifications of early net art and about the way this idealistic artistic form has been transformed, it is undoubtedly art historian and curator Robert Sakrowski.
12:00 | SATURDAY 8. 12. 2012 | CCC
Due to the success of his Internet projects Kohout has not managed to avoid being classified as an Internet artist, although his artistic work, currently performed in Germany, considerably exceeds this scope. He will introduce the sophisticated reception play of his work with the theorist Palo Fabuš.
14:30 | SUNDAY 9. 12. 2012 | Congregation Hall
(c) merry is a Czech artist with a rather disturbing attitude. In her reverse-remediation and conceptual internet projects she explores and exploits the limits of authorship, disrupts the boundaries of on-line and off-line identities and seeks a definition for what is art and who is or can be an artist on the internet.
16:00 | SUNDAY 9. 12. 2012 | Congregation Hall
lecture – Palo Fabuš (SK)
Everyone of you has a statue inside yourself and it is the task of you to discover it, said Michelangelo. If we think hard, it is possible to think about the Internet: what would it be for the arts if it was turnig around? Metaphisically – in fact "internetness"? Are they "more internet" than others? As long as why?