Virtual Cave and Golden Cage

The goal is to bring together, like in a mental laboratory, different materials (artistic projects, reviews, science fiction, films, essays) which are confronting with the effect of technology in the production of images, studying them together to create a sort of archive.

Adéla Součková would later comment them in the installation and by drawing and texting directly on the wall. The aim is to create a virtual cave, where a golden cage with ribs, in a shape of cartographical boarders, is placed. They suggest limit of space-time, possibilities of human in comparison/ contrast with technologies and the difference in between, how data surveillance gives a trace of ourselves, how open source heaven becomes paranoia, a never ending voyeurism like in an Hitchcock film.


Opening Hours: Wed-Fri 14-19, Sat/Sun 13-17, 16. SEP 13-16

Performance
17 SEP, 20

Tue, 13 Sep, 19.00hWed, 14 Sep, 0.00h
13 Sep 201625 Sep 2016

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