Installations

16 – 20 000 Hz
April 11 – May 24, 2013
MeetFactory
Ke sklárně 3213/15
150 00 Prague 5

Interview with Daniel Vlček
Artist: Martin Andersson, Jana Babincová, Milan Guštar, Morgan O’Hara, Tom Kotik, Jan Krtička, Hanne Lippard, Radio Lemurie, Matěj Smrkovský, Jiří Valoch, Tomáš Vaněk, Lenka Vítková and Zimoun
Curated by Daniel Vlček and Miloš Vojtěchovský
Exhibition architecture: Radim Labuda.

The Exhibition 16 – 20 000 Hz presents primarily Czech artists working with sound. The show aims to be an invitation to explore a variety of soundscapes. Textual artworks, kinetic and acoustic objects and interventions into the electromagnetic space are connected at the project space as a site-specific installation. This extends into three rooms: the first one is dominated by the multimedia installation of Milan Guštar and monumental murals by the American artist Morgan O’Hara; the second room is occupied by the audiovisual installation of the Swiss artist Martin Andersson juxtaposed by Matěj Smrkovský’s rotating barrels and the last room is dedicated to the site -specific installation by Zimoun. In the interview, curator Daniel Vlček explains a process of collaborative conceptualisation of the show which was developed with the co – curator Miloš Vojtěchovský.

The exhibition presents the works by Czech and international artists including Martin Andersson, Jana Babincová, Milan Guštar, Morgan O’Hara, Tom Kotik, Jan Krtička, Hanne Lippard, Radio Lemurie, Matěj Smrkovský, Jiří Valoch, Tomáš Vaněk, Lenka Vítková and Zimoun.

MeetFactory was founded in 2001 by David Černý. The purpose of this organisation is to support and develop contemporary art and culture and to make it accessible to the public. MeetFactory is unique in its attempt to connect art, theatre, film, music and educational programs. It also provides its facilities to its resident artists, who come from all around the world, thereby connecting the domestic and international art scenes.

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