MoMA Space

16. 6. 2022 (Thursday) → 4 p. m. 

Artistic intervention in the exhibition Strategies of Success.

Two students of the Faculty of Art and Design UJEP, Adéla Rálišová and Jindřich Jandečka, will temporarily intervene the work of Stano Masár – MoMA Space.

MoMA Space and Tate Modern Corner are conceptual gestures in which the artist physically transferred parts of the world art institutions Tate Modern and MoMA to the exhibition. One-day interventions by local artists are recorded during the installation / performance on video recordings that increase as the work travels and are exhibited along with MoMA Space and Tate Corner.

Adéla Rálišová: A Stolen Cat Catches Mice Better
Student of the 3rd year of the OPA studio / object — space — action / FAD
Adéla Rálišová finds the focus of her work in abstraction. Adéla Rálišová’s paintings and objects or spatial installations are often interwoven with fragments of her own texts, which the author further plays out and manipulates the associative character of expressive painting gestures.

Jindřich Jandečka: The Crack
FAD student Jindřich Jandečka, who moves between the Photography and Time Based Media studios, will penetrate the MoMA Space installation through sound intervention. For his works, which are mostly spatial and performative in nature and deal with various socio-cultural topics, sound is a crucial factor.

Graphic design: Marek Fanta

The project is organized in cooperation with The Ústí nad Labem’s House of Arts, Faculty of Art and Design at Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem. It was also supported by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic, the city of Ústí nad Labem and the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague.