Shared timespace for performative art, contemporary theory and fine art scene.
CURATORS Anna Chrtková & Petr Dlouhý
PRODUCTION Theatre X10
GRAPHIC DESIGN Al Yakubouskaya
From dawn till dusk, Theatre X10 offers an online slow TV show* on its digital channels. A ten-hour stream invites us to share our time and space with nine artists who relax, work, have breakfast, have lunch, take walks, go shopping and most importantly take care of others (of their children, patients, close ones and strangers, animals, plants) - just like we all do. In one-hour time slots, the artists create content that does not require the full attention of the audience; the programme simply runs in the background of our computers, alongside other natural and social cycles we experience at any given moment.
We need to pamper our fragile bodies; we need to take care of other peoples’ bodies and be cognizant of our vulnerability. We need to try to balance work and rest, our body and world around us, solitude and mutuality. We need to find a shared “us”.
Stream will be available on You Tube channel .
7:00 Y: Zahradní hostina: Unhuman Feast
8:00 Olga Krykun: The vacation you can afford
9:00 Dominika Hoyle: Playing dead on the moon
10:00 Magdaléna Jadwiga Härtlova & RoomFinderWorkingGroup: Cant Slow Down/Nelze zpomalit
11:00 & (Barbora Trnková & Tomáš Javůrek): Dým lechtal mraky, smály se až to hřmělo.
12:00 Matyáš Dlab: Strojové vyšívání
13:00 lilky_60200: If you wanna feel, follow my wheel
14:00 Miřenka Čechová: Awry time
15:00 Ondřej Štefaňák: We Run Virtual
16:00 Petr Racek: Nejlepší věc na světě sou kamarádi
*Slow television, or slow TV, is a term used for a genre of "marathon" television coverage of an ordinary event in its complete length. It was popularised in the 2000s by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), beginning with the broadcast of a 7-hour train journey in 2009. [In: Wikipedia.org]