NEWS | 5. 1. 2017
A new way of perceiving art, offer tutors from the educational department of the Museum of Art. On the occasion of the exhibition „Rustle of Angel Wings“ they created two zones where visitors can form or vice versa let arouse the imagination. From dozens of creations that in the active zone in the Olomouc Archdiocesan Museum visitors have left, it is clear that this form of communication with spectators could have success. "Im excited," admitted head of the educational department Marek Šobáň.
The Museum of Modern Art was founded contextual zone. Conceptual work, through which introduces the topic of an angel, as it is currently perceived by the young Czech artist Jan Pfeiffer, consists of a sort of iron dump. "Its a peculiar copyrights installation in the form of distributed iron shapes. To understand it is a good holiday and Pfeifferův video art, which is a part of," suggested lecturer Hana Lamatová.
Pfeiffers work created directly in response to the exhibition. "It is very important for us. Corresponds to the concept of our accompanying programs in which we introduce unconventional angel theme. We consider the question of how to portray an angel today, and how does it make sense for us. The same questions are asked and the young artists who have enriched the exhibition to the most current artistic position and bring it into a new context. At the same time use the work in several accompanying programs," said Lamatová.
On the question of how today looks like an angel, it encourages visitors also active zone on the first floor of the Archdiocesan Museum. In the former music room, people can make up angels. There are a variety of them unconventional and waste materials - for example wires, pieces of cloth, cardboard, packaging, packaging "bubbles" or buttons. "Angel did may not even look like the fairground stalls," said Marek Šobáň.
The active zone is open from December 9 and less than a month, visitors have left there several dozen of angels. "It makes me very happy. It turns out that this form of interaction with spectators could have success. We will try to use the core also in other exhibitions," said Šobáň.