We don't exhibit only bodies, but artworks as well!

On the art field 57. The 16th Brno showers will also compete for the audience. The accompanying program will be an impressive installation called The Waves of the Fantasy-Ocean, where puppets, backdrops and other objects connected with the genius loci of the Empire of Puppets Theater, which belong to the oldest permanent puppet scene in our country (founded in 1920). As part of the exhibition, the audience can also look forward to the puppet show "Fateful Box" (October 13, 2016 - 20:00, 21:00). Marianna Mlynárčiková and Nora Růžičková in the Art Gallery through actresses practice with monographs of Slovak artists and this "incorrect" use of books draws attention to the relativity of mental, physical, gender and other differences.

19.30 / opening of the Brno16 festival and exhibition

20.30 / Videogram 58 / small hall, presentation

The exhibition consists of video-performance and a freely removable bookcase, both of which were created in cooperation with the Theater of the Passage, which deals with work with mentally different people. Both parts of the exhibition reflect the art world from the point of gender and mental conditionality. The exhibition was created in cooperation with the B16 festival, which this year's theme is Art Strengthens.

Marianna Mlynárčiková studied Fine Arts and Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica and graphic design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava. He lives in Banská Bystrica and Salak Phet, Thailand.

Nóra Ružičková studied painting and graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, where she currently works as Head of the Picture / Sound / Text and Context Studio at the Department of Intermediation.

The creative couple has been working since 2004. They mainly deal with appropriate texts and paintings, and collaborate with selected communities on participatory projects. They tempt the context of art, its relationships with amateur discourse and life, and creatively explore various interdisciplinary overlaps.

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