Performance

Syntetic landscape – Uncool being is melting

18 Feb 2021

Regular hours

Thu, 18 Feb
16:00 – 21:00

Timezone: Europe/Prague

Free admission

If necessary, call ID is 889 9764 8922 The stream will be open from 16:00 to 21:00 on Thursday, February 18, 2021.

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Become a part of the Synthetic Landscape of Jakub Tajovský, Ondřej Bělice, Jan Svatoš, Johan Petrl.

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 Join the video conference under this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88997648922 (if necessary, call ID is 889 9764 8922) and participate in a landscape image that leaves the established dimensions of time and space. The stream will be open from 16:00 to 21:00 on Thursday, February 18, 2021.

The collage contains pictorial clues that will take you to places around Pragovka where the artist's interventions are located.

How to do it?
> After clicking on the link and logging in to the conference on Zoom, you can request permission to remotely control the shared screen:
> On the computer in the top panel on the right View Options / Request remote control and you will be automatically allowed to control the screen.
> On the phone in the bottom panel, click on the three dots and select the Raise hand option. The custodian must assign you control manually on the phone
> Navigation in the projection works with the mouse. Swipe to the edge to move the image left and right. Scroll to zoom the image.
> The scene consists of twelve image fields, which can be varied with the right and left mouse button.

Jakub Tajovský and team: Synthetic Landscape - Uncool being is melting
Synthetic Landscape is a long-term collaborative project of Jakub Tajovský, Jan Svatoš, Johan Pertl and Ondřej Bělica, a space for collective dialogue of various authorial, natural and media creative subjects cooperating on the image of landscape, which leaves the established dimensions of time and space. Landscape painting for the Pragovka gallery - Uncool being is melting; it connects the individual creative approaches of the authors (painting, sculpture, architecture, glassmaking) and forms the horizon of the landscape in an "extended field". The term borrowed from art theory here means a synthesis of the image of the natural landscape and cultural objects. Just as deterritorialization or entropy brings a new life to abandoned buildings, so natural formations and materials are revived by translation into raw material. The re-synthesis adds a new layer of identity in which the proportions and regularities of the original materials are partially dissolved. This new materiality emphasizes and develops the contrasts of technical and organic principles. Under normal conditions, the synthesized image of the landscape connects incoherent elements such as Icelandic mineral conglomerates, natural architecture, the desolate landscape of coal mines, or concepts of the landscape as beings with their own rights. Reverse geology - sedimentation of natural products in a digital environment establishes a new type of materiality, which we repeatedly try to translate and layer within the image of the synthetic landscape. The combination of technical and poetic interpretations creates synthetic landscape units independent of the body of the observer. The breakdown of spatial orientation by shifting scales, perspective and horizon provokes the observer to seek refuge to establish improvised productive relationships.

Exhibiting artists

Jan Svatoš

Johan Petrl

Jakub Tajovský

Ondřej Bělica

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