|2012 — 2018||Ateliér nových médií II, Škola Anny Daučíkové|
|2016||Taipei National University of the Arts, Taipei, Taiwan|
|2015||Ateliér intermédií II, Škola Dušana Zahoranského a Pavly Scérankové|
|2014||Ateliér hostujícího umělce, Škola Josefa Daberniga|
|2013||Ateliér Supermédia Federica Díaze, UMPRUM v Praze|
My focus is on the question of the private and public use of space. I play with the question: What areas are truly yours? What is our relationship to the place we inhabit, exist in, or even own?
I placed the runners participating in an action inspired by an orienteering race onto a social rather than sporting level. Unlike in orienteering, where the participants use maps, this race depends on the movement of a drone that determines the runners’ path. The innate instinct of basic spatial orientation is entrusted to machines. The result is the creation of a new type of relationship between man and technology. Orienteering is transformed and reconstructs our overall image of our surroundings.
The installation brings together three different levels; one level guides the viewer through space, the second follows a specific runner, and the third is a bird’s-eye-view. Each is captured from a different perspective and thus represents a different ideological construction.
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