Vnitřní části prvků
24. 3. 2021 - 5. 5. 2021
Galerie TIC, Radnická 4, Brno
Projekt Vnitřní části prvků je součástí skupinového uměleckého výzkumu s názvem Black box, který začal přísným karanténním opatřením a uzavřením hranic v České republice na jaře 2020. Autorka se formou každodenních záznamu věnuje sledování vnitřních procesů reagujících na vnější události. Díky omezením se Juliana vrátila k malbě a kresbě, které i původně vystudovala. Kresba a později převážně malba, Julianě nabídly smysluplnou perspektivu v jakémsi aktuálním globálním vakuu.
Každodenní záznam se v průběhu času zpomalil, a to i díky tomu, že se Juliana odstěhovala z velkoměsta na polosamotu do Krkonoš. Toto nové prostředí se stalo hlavním inspiračním zdrojem jejích digitálních maleb. Potřeba původního rychlého záznamu se postupně proměňuje a napojuje na tempo přírody, kde se v našem pásmu střídají čtyři roční období a kde nás neatakuje každou chvíli řada nových výzev či impulzů. Naopak se otevírá prostor k hlubšímu vnímání či pozorování a také promýšlení v širším měřítku vesmíru.
Aktuální dvojice digitálních maleb, evokujících planetu Mars, vznikla na pozadí fotografického archivu různých přírodních struktur, které autorka při pohybu v přírodě sbírá a následně zpracovává pomocí digitální technologie. Struktury a systémy, tak jak je známe, se rozmazávají, stírají a vyřezávají a následně se přetváří ve struktury a vazby nové, abstraktní. Autorka zkoumá intuitivní vytváření vize budoucnosti, u které není jasné, jaká bude a zda-li vůbec počítá s existencí lidského druhu. Malby úzce navazují na její dlouhodobý zájem o člověka a prostředí v kontextu probíhající environmentální krize.
2. 2. 2021, 16. 2. 2021, 2. 3. 2021
Moments when art leaves the gallery are repeated in art history. Until now, the main motivation was the need of the art scene to defy the power and special restrictions of exhibition institutions; to experience creative freedom and confrontation with wider audience. The corona crisis became an unexpected impulse to re-ignite it to move closer to the public. It might be expected that more artists and galleries will share this perspective but in the age of online platforms, where the majority of culture programs has moved to, the offline relocation is an exception. That, however, does not mean it is unnecessary. Rather the opposite. That is also why the curators of Galerie TIC decided to let the art permeate through the wall and carry it from the gallery’s interior to the exterior facade. During February and March, it will gradually come to show a painted trilogy by Markéta Filipová. A complex of six paintings is designed as three painted diptychs and it is a part of the project “Black box”, which focuses on new presentations of gallery practice, which are not necessarily linked to the holding of exhibitions, and searches for current possibilities how to support the formation of live art and to how present it on to the public.
6. 10. 2020, 17:00
The accompanying program to the exibition od Mr. Šťovíček's Gallery as a part of the Core & Shapes cycle will take visitors to the former Vlněna factory complex, where an office complex is currently being build. The gallery itself should be remembered by its intiators Michale Dašková and Oldřich Morys and personally by Mr. Šťovíček - the last original employee of Vlněna - According to whom the gallery got its name. However, the thematic dispersion of the discussion will be wider - from the issue of dealing with industrial heritage to the social impact of gentrification.
04. 08. 2020
A part of the vernissage is a movement composition directed by Tomáš Moravanský. It is the second of his series of performative interventions under the name of “Conditional Constructions” prepared by him for this year’s Galerie TIC exhibition program. “Conditional Constructions II: Still Live (Natural Painters)” deals with the expression of individuality when the prerequisite for success is to exclude one’s subjective decision.
18. 2. 2020
Interpretation: Miriam Budzáková, Simona Štangová, Nikola Majtanová, Barbora Janáková
We may be exposed to interpellation at any time and under any circumstances, even if we believe that we
are outside of the ideology, we are in fact in its core. Let's imagine a walking individual. Somewhere
(commonly from behind their back) can be heard an interpellation, “Hey, you over there!”. One of the
individuals (in 90 % of cases it is the subject of the interpellation) will turn, because they believe, guess,
or know, that it is regarding them and therefore acknowledge that they are subject of the interpellation.
Existence of ideology and interpellation of individuals as subjects is one and the same thing.
Series of sequential happenings, situated into the TIC Gallery directed by Tomáš Moravanský
(INSTITUT INSTITUT) uncovers interpellative forces of ideology, in the reflection of movement
and interaction, in everyday, work or social, programmed forms. It takes the choreography
defined as a system of power control over the human body in activities, that are in society
considered to be expression of freedom and individualism. It works with a register of civil
movements, not falling into dance category, but can be its starting material. Conditional
Constructions I, II, III, IIII are four conditional shapes, physical compositions, performances intervening
into the space of gallery according to its current layout. CC refer to the set of interconnected gallery
projects, object installations, performances and short films under title STILL LIVE, in which Moravanský
explores and works with the topic of day-to-day life, psychology of movements, intellectual property and
culture of individualism in connection with phenomenology.,
Dancing and moving composition INTERPELLATION, that is part of the first episode of four-
episode series of performative interventions titled Conditional Constructions, continues in same
evening with opening of author's other standalone exhibition STILL LEFT in G99 Gallery in Dom
Páně z Kunštátu (beginning in G99 Gallery at 18:00).
Galerii KonText – 2020
Guest curator, who will cover the programme of the KonText gallery for 2020 is Šimon Kadlčák. In his exhibition concept Cores and Shapes, he will build on the KonText programme from 2017 and 2018, when the Kontext was managed by representatives of alternative „showcase“ exhibition spaces – curatorial teams of Gallery Art in Brno and Showcase Gallery Deniska in Olomouc. Concept for 2020 in a sense finalises this lineage by introducing several selected showcase galleries, which existed in Brno (or on occasion still exist) in a series of five exhibitions. In fact, in 2013 – 2019 Šimon Kadlčák was one of the curators of independent gallery Umakart, one of the most significant local galleries in this category.
Concept of gallery in non-standard exhibition spaces experienced its boom in Czech context around 2010. In that time, many distinct indepent do-it-yourself galleries have been emerging throughout the country, sharing a specific set of common characteristics: the exhibitions took place in showcases, vitrines, but also in wallets, toilets or fridges. Most of the galleries were in the exterior. Viewers couldn't enter the galleries, they could only look at them from the outside. “The organisers” and curators were commonly students of art schools. Important element was therefore the community aspect of meetings on streets with tasting of cheap wines from old mugs from bazaars.
Nowadays, the trend of showcase galleries is rather declining. The Cores and Shapes is therefore „an archeological probe“ monitoring the state and changes of this trend (and overall local scene) approximately from 2008 until now. The final presentation of individual exhibitions will always be formed in cooperation with organisators and curators, who were at that time in charge of these galleries and gave them their character.
Curator: Šimon Kaldčák
7. 8. – 7. 9. 2019, Adam Heyduk
The installation in the courtyard of Radnická 4 by Adam Heyduk, a Sculpture Studio student at the
Faculty of Fine Arts in Brno, combines the dimensions of an object and sound. The object uses the
fundamental principles of support, where the steel strings are erected as a structural component and
connected to the supporting element. Yet the strings still retain the original property for which they
were created, that being sound. This property cooperates with the glass, which is also placed in a
different position and acts as a sounding board. The angle closing the glass pane and the base follows
the inclination of the columns in the atrium. The essence of the object, which is a mix between a
sculpture and musical instrument, is the placement of its elements in unusual positions, thereby
distorting the original meaning of the object and creating tension between the original and new
properties of the material. In this way, the object becomes temporary and insecure in its own
existence. The exhibition loosely reflects numerous sculptural presentations that were held in the
courtyard in the 1990s.
13. 7. 2019
Collateral program of an exhibition …when ceramics was not cool yet, linked with the exhibition Brno Art Open 2019
The house of Vaneks’ in Bratislava residential neighborhood Koliba is surrounded by a garden. The intended park with author’s ceramics artifacts has turned with time into a green jungle. Collateral program of an exhibition …when ceramics was not cool yet is an expedition, community charity work, and rescue as well as cleansing activity all at once. The event should free the garden of self-seeded trees, literally archaeologically drag out into the light the ceramics artifacts hidden in the greenery, and prepare the premises for the work of a landscape architect. The organizers have nothing against a picnic and debates about the work and life of Imrich Vanek. More details will be published on the web page and facebook page of the gallery.
12-05-2019 — 15:00 – 17:00
Kabinet — Galerie TIC
Andrea Demek / Sochařská laboratoř (Sculpting
With mirrors and laser light, we will learn how
to use the space in historical architecture. We will create
installations or models using materials, such as ropes,
yarns, tapes and boards. From 3 – 99 years.
The Interregnum project of New Media I Studio of The Academy of Fine Arts Prague see modern times
as a period of interim governance, when the old ends and the new is not yet established. And it ́s
indifferent, whether we talk about structure of society, ways of communication or function and
presentation of visual art. Film can be perceived also as a manifest, which concisely and directly finds a
way out of contemporary medial and also ideological chaos.
Launch of Katerina ́s book