Tomáš Vaněk - Dan Perjovschi in NTK, Prague
200 and Something Drawings to Describe the World
Equal co-authorship: Tomáš Vaněk
Other Authors: Dan Perjovschi
Classification: documentation -
Date of creation: 2009
EXHIBITIONS, PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
Exhibited / Presented as part of: 4+4 dny v pohybu
Compilation containing the work: The Starting Point Can Be Zero. Pracovní/dokumentační videa, dvd2.
Attachment included with work’s publication: booklet CZ/EN
NOTES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Notes: Included in the compilation The Starting Point Can Be Zero (edited by T. Nekvindová, S. Sobotovičová) - videoart on architecture, space and urbanism, published in 2011 by the Research Centre of Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (VVP AVU) in cooperation with Divus. The compilation The Starting Point Can Be Zero is the first volume of VIDA series of VVP AVU and was publically screened for the first time in Oct 18th 2010 at the festival Four Days In Motion (Praha, ÚLUV, 36 Národní street).
Archived as .avi format (part of compilation Pracovní/dokumentační videa, dvd2, duration: 00:16:27).
Adopted text on the work: As a member of the group PAS (Production of present activities), Tomáš Vaněk helped come up with the idea to invite internationally renowned Romanian artist Dana Perjovschi (* 1961) to collaborate on the interior of the National Technical Museum in Prague. The witty, playful, often subversive and socially critical drawings by the artist, whose work usually disappears with the end of his exhibition, enliven the main hall of what is today a highly respected building created by Projektil architects. Tomáš Vaněk recorded the creation of his largest long-term project to date. Presented in abridged form (original length 21:33:00).
Source of text: Edice VIDA 1, VVP AVU, 2011
Author of text: Terezie Nekvindová, Sláva Sobotovičová
INFORMATION IN PARTNER DATABASES
Artlist #1: Record at Artlist
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