9 04 2009

Performance at the ADAPT! (Part One) exhibition opening

Saturday, April 18 @ 7 PM @ MeetFactory

CHRONICLE_THERAPY! is a sound performance that explores the electromagnetic spectrum. In addition to television, radio and mobile phone signals, all other electronic devices send out and can be affected by electromagnetic signals. The same is true for humans and other living beings: we are always immersed in the electromagnetic spectrum that we have to adapt to.

The performance has been created in the context of the Education Focus Programme (EFP) initiated by Venzha Christ. The Education Focus Program (EFP) is a project conceived of in terms of a developing country where New Media art is currently not widely available. The main goal of the project is to build a modern conception of a future between technology and people. It thus includes activities and research focusing on people, technology, communities, and beyond. The EFP challenges people to approach their everyday environment differently.


Venzha Christ is a prolific artist and organiser based in Yogyajakarta, Indonesia. His projects involve a very intimate relationship with his environment, which he is dedicated to building and challenging at the same time. He has initiated projects such as House of Natural Fiber (HONF), Cellsbutton Media Art Festival and Education Focus Programme (EFP).


9 04 2009

Saturday, April 25 @ 8 PM @ MeetFactory

Open studio: You are invited to preview a new project “ANA3V3A-50Hz” which is an analogue audio-visual installation of three video signals (animations) in a process of transformation into audio.


Antena is an independent international art collective founded in Prague in 2001. From its original focus on nonverbal and experimental theatre taking part in various site specific projects and collaborations with Grotest Maru (DE), Big Art Group (USA), Recto Verso (CAN), the collective is now interested in new media and technologies. It also deals with light design, VJ-ing, audio productions and audiovisual installations. In 2003-2006 Antena was based is Berlin while organizing meetings of artists who are interested in experimental music, video, and sound installations. With Mangrove Kipling (FR) initiated a group “TV Print” and in collaboration with Salon Bruit organized “Noise NoD” session in the Czech Republic.

Petr Krušelnický (1977) aka Antena graduated from Duncan Centre dance academy, studied with Prof. Ctibor Turba, was a member of Divadlo mimů Alfred ve dvoře and of Grotest Maru (DE) theatre collective. Among other projects he was involved in creation of a performance by Mino Tanaka as well as of 3W Griftheater. He is interested in audiovisual projects in the area of analogue electronic media.