NEWS | 8. 2. 2016
The first interconnection of art forms and genres, which opens a free series of interventions responding to the current exhibition projects will take place this weekend. Scenic sketch Sekal’s Castle based on Zbyněk Sekal intellectual harmony with the personality and literary works of Franz Kafka and will be on display on Friday and Saturday in the Theatre of Music.
"We were inspired not only by the artists exhibition And Things Are Moving Forward Slowly but also that Sekal Kafka translated from German, and that the exhibition is Kafkas Metamorphosis in Sekal translation and editing books," said director Jan Žůrek. Presentation prepared with the main protagonist Ondřej Jiráček and animator Pavla Baštanová in direct response to seeing the exhibition. "When we saw Sekal boxes, we perceive it as a castle in which to lose," said Žůrek.
A staged reading of a few fragments of Kafka should theatrical form closer Sekal creative starting point was significantly affected by it folded literature or philosophy. "We focused on Sekal relationship to his workshop and take advantage of the music he liked," Žůrek suggested.
Interventions in the exhibition at the Museum of Arts new format. Production Jiří Bartoník confirmed that they will now appear more often on the agenda, although unevenly, in order to preserve its original size.
"Artistic intervention lies in an active creative input of another author, artistic group or wider community, which responds to the current exhibition, selected works from the collection, or artistic approach, which is an inspiration for them," explained the curator of Sekal exhibition Olga Staníková. According to the result to wreck the traditional mechanisms of perception and activate the attention of visitors. "In a positive sense, the exhibition disrupt another, unexpected element while it revives," said Staníková.
Sekal’s Castle will be held on the stage of Theatre of Music in bringing theater to smithereens on Friday 12 and Saturday, February 13 at 19.00 each. Museum of Art is presenting bids farewell to Sekalov exhibition, which ends on Sunday 14th February.