Avoid the mundane
ULTRASUPERNATURAL is the culmination of a project spanning more than twenty years, undertaken by artists Barbora Šlapetová and Lukáš Rittstein. Barbora and Lukáš have devoted their lives to studying the Yali Mek, the last Papuan indigenous tribe.
Nadia Rovderová’s exhibition offers a different perspective on destiny, the essence or soul of people, things, and places, on barely discernible missives captured in a seemingly random manner, “intentionally – accidentally”, without a tripod, and with long exposure times.
The first public presentation of Siegfried Herz’s art. For more than ten years, Herz has been working in seclusion, isolated from the outside world. His works, often brutally honest but always deeply introspective and genuine, explore such themes as pain, love, dreams and desires.
A musical exploration by Franck Vigroux in between arts, concert and drama. Bodies flows, light sculptures, machinery, video and music will lead you through a hallucinatory universe, across fantastic landscapes.
Daniel Brandt, Jon Brauer, and Paul Frick are classically-trained musicians from Berlin who have become known around the world for their groundbreaking experiments in both electronic and acoustic music.
Death, dying, and the transience of things: those are the themes art has explored extensively since the Renaissance, when still life paintings with flowers and a human skull were very much in vogue. Vanitas presents the works of more than 40 artists who have found new, original ways to use such motifs.
An exhausted man and woman at the seaside. Time has stopped. Only fragments of memories rise up. They cannot stay, they cannot leave. They cannot speak, they cannot be silent. And feelings? A take on Beckett by the Jedl theatre company.
After two years composer and pianist Dan Tepfer returns to the 15th American Spring Festival. For the first time in the Czech Republic he will present his project Goldberg Variations.
An intensive practical workshop led by worldwide theatrical legend Iben Nagel Rasmussen, who came up with a unique way to train performers that demolishes the barriers between theatre, dance, and vocal performance.