CAS – What is it?



Opening on April 17th, Futura Galeria is hosting the exhibit CAS. What is it?, featuring several artists including Andran Abramjan, Magdalena Bažantová, Yael Ben-Horin, Klára Doležálková, Max Dvořák, Jan Kalivoda, Akile Nazli Kaya, Michal Kindernay, Dalibor Knapp, Kateřina Krejčová, Dana Machájová, Marek Matvija, Alexandra Moralesová, Anna Ouřadová, Petr Parkan Janda, Kryštof Pešek, Lea Petříková, Jiří Rouš, David Šmitmajer, Matěj Strnad, Barbora Švarcová, Vladimír Turner, František Týmal, Ondřej Vavrečka

The exhibition presents works by students and graduates of the Centre for Audiovisual Studies at FAMU. CAS is a place for art students to develop a practice in making moving image works beyond cinema. As this exhibition shows, CAS does not point to a single type of thinking or production, but it is an open and flexible space to share differing opinions of what constitutes important knowledge or ‘an education’.

The exhibition is divided into a number of free thematic units. Autonomous cinema experiments by Janda, Kindernay, Pešek; performing the archive / the database as medium – with works by Ouradova, Moralesova; video essays – by Knapp, Dolezalkova; interventions into online social space – Abraham and Matvija; film/digital dichotomies / explorations of the materiality of the medium by Strnad, Tymal, and code based projects by Pešek; works in the street / public space – Knapp and Turner; video installation – Ben Horin, Svarcova, Machajova; explorations of time – Petrikova & cinema space – Svarcova; art/science/pataphysical research by Vavrečka, Kindernay, Rous, Smitmajer, Dvorak; personal documentary – Krejcova; Bazantova‘s abject cinema and Kalivoda‘s creation, no, destruction of the image.

LocationFutura Gallery, Holečkova 49, 150 00 Praha 5
Date: 17 April 2013 – 19 May 2013



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