Co by se mohlo dít.
Je to markýrování intimity pro přirozenou zvědavost okolojdoucích.
Projekt pro veřejné prostory VŠUP konkrétně chodník podél fasády VŠUP v místě oken sochařského ateliéru. Systém reaguje na lidi procházející kolem oken a reaguje na ně tím, že rozsvítí okno projekcí něčeho, co by se mohlo v ateliéru za běžných okolností dít, ve skutečnosti tam však momentálně není. Spolužák, který maluje obraz, spolužačku dávající si make-up nebo rozhovor přátel. Systém bude fungovat celý den, ale jen v noci bude reagovat viditelně, je orientovaný podle denního světla.
Interaktivní instalace se skládá z projektoru, pohybového snímače a počítače. Pohybový snímač Kinect sbírá informace o počtu diváků procházejících okolo VŠUP a délce jejich pobytu před ní. Vzniká tak statistika vyhodnocovaná z programu vvvv o pohybu diváků před okny VŠUP.

What Can Happen. 12 September 2011 – 21 October 2011
This is a simulation of intimacy for the natural curiosity of by-passers.
A project for the public spaces of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, specifically the
pavement along the facade of the AAAD by the windows of the sculpture studio. The system reacts to people
walking by the windows and reacts to them by lighting a window of projection of something that can happen
in the studio under normal circumstances but is not happening at that time. A male student working on a
painting, a female student putting on make-up or a group of friends talking to each other. The system will
work the whole day, but will only react visibly at night – it is oriented according to the daylight.
The interactive installation consists of a projector, movement sensor and computer. The Kinect movement
sensor collects information on the number of spectators walking past the AAAD and on the time they spend
in front of it. In this way, statistics of the movement of spectators in front of the windows of the AAAD are
generated and evaluated in the vvvv program.
Studio of Sculpture, Klauzura work.

FOOTNOTE
The student exhibition of the departments of Fine Art and Architecture AAAD

Nina Bumbálková, Jiří Merčák, Václav Polián, Lenka Janušková, Jiří Dohnal,
Shota Tsikoliya, Michael Dioszegi, Štěpán Čapek, Eliška Stuchlá, Jan Říčný

Opening on Monday, October 10th, 2011 at 5pm
Exhibition runs until October 14th, 2011

footnote is the complement of the main text, which clarifies and supplements the information provided. Because of its smaller font and location, footnote can act to an inexperienced reader as marginal, unnecessary and useless information. However, informed readers already know that where you can find most interesting and most succulent portions of spiritual delicacies.

Student exhibition of the same name may be accompanied by a similar phenomenon. Seemingly unconnected collection of works of several studios are associated primarily with one fact. It is the date of their final
assessments. Due to this date, the public did not get to see these works and neither did the most AAAD students themselves. There are also other connecting factors, almost everyone of the exhibiting students spent their last semester as exchange students in various parts of the world, from which they returned charged with new experiences and inspirations.

If the presentation did not take a place, it would not be a pity only for their authors, but also for their potential audience. These collections of delayed final works would be a pleasant surprise. In other words, we should not neglect the footnotes for we never know whether there is any kind of valuable information we can find.

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