Combinatory installation about mixing of colors and aleatoric sounds.
Site-specific experiment is an encounter of two distinct artists of the actual contemporary Czech audiovisual art. Martin Zet adapted for the Galery Školská 28 his recent project about mixing of colours "Equal Chances I." (2008). Milan Guštar presents examples of his scores, or visualisation of stochastic and combinatoric systems and computer generated music compositions.
Zet's inqiery with colors reminds the paintings of artists from the americian "school of colours fields" from the 60ies of last century as Gene Davis, or Barnett Newman. Exact algorithmic method, applied by the artist for the project, refers to the scientific visualisation modeling the transfer of genetic code from one generation to the next one. Red, blue and yellow are considered as extreme antagonist colors, both physically, physiologically and culturally. Each color is connected to some anthropological values.
The work of Milan Guštar is in certain sense complementary to the playful visual tractate of Martin Zet. He integrates tools of combinatory analysis and numerical systems into the sensoric context of sound and image, to achieve distraction of perception of linear space and time.
prepared in collaboration with the Museum of Mining in Mayau Vinařice