Lenka Tyrpeklová’s exhibition project Daily Bread (or Fairy Tales from Prison) presents the environment of prisons in the Czech Republic and gives us a glimpse into the lives of female prisoners. The main symbol that ties the whole exhibition together is bread. Bread replacing women’s faces is their anonymized representative. The real faces of the female prisoners have disappeared during their stay behind bars, each of them finds herself not only without her face but also without her own personality.

Pink Chips and Pink Potatoes, two films in which the filmmaker works with queer identity in a small community. The overarching theme for the exhibition is the complexity of identity. Imaginatively, Juri Charvat grates the pink potato into thin slices, revealing more concrete parts of his own identity. The video collage is composed of alternating footage of real unstaged actions and fictional symbolic scenes, where one can perceive the auto-fictional story of a character who went to a village party.