|2015 — 2018||Ateliér intermediální tvorby II, Škola Dušana Zahoranského a Pavly Scerankové|
|2015 — 2016||Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonésie|
|2014 — 2015||Ateliér šperku (K. O. V.) Evy Eisler, UMPRUM v Praze|
|2012 — 2015||Ateliér intermediální tvorby II, Škola Jiřího Příhody|
The most important factor in my work is its human scale. I see jewellery as architecture of the body. Through my spatial installations, I try to encourage people to engage in movement and to become aware of themselves. I am currently trying to find my position on the boundaries between dance, theatre and performance art. I am interested in the line between ordinary movement and dance. What is the difference dance steps and walking? Where are the boundaries between natural movement and a pose? Does it all depend on your point of view?
For instance, you have to be present to do a handstand. For a moment, time seems to stand still. In order for an observer to share this feeling, he needs to focus on the subtlest nuances of movements and sounds. While doing a handstand, there is incredible pressure on the palms of your hands. The palm can never be at rest, because the moment the body relaxes, it falls.
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