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Fri 27.3. - 20:00

Eutopia is an improvised video performance creating new architectural structures based on images from Prague and London. The theme is architecture and movement, and the way in which architecture shapes movement in urban structures, together with its ever-changing visuals. The latest composition is put togetehr from a series of isolated image fragments of the city environment, creating a new integrated space by means of a video composition (Eutopia = in translation "joyous place"). The performance takes place in two simultaneous presentations in Prague and London, put together in one image and simultaneously projected in both places.

The performers work using the online streaming software Keyworx, which allows them to use the projection field as a screen on which unique sequences and and video loops and simultaneously assemble them from two distant locations.


Martin Blažíček
Creator of a series of experimental films and performances, graduate of FAMU Praha, former member of the group Ultra, occasional author of texts on experimental film. Now mainly occupied with expanded cinema and film performance.


Steven Ball
Born 1960 in London, a filmmaker and video artist, graduate of Maidstone College of Art. In the 80s and 90s lived in Melboune, Australia where he was a member of the Melbourne Super 8 Film Group. Creator of a series of films, videos, performances and sound installations. Now lives in London, where he is a Research Fellow at the Central St Martins College of Art and Design.



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