The seminar Architecture and the Senses took place at Plasy Monastery from 12–14 October, 2018, and included lectures, workshops, performances, interventions, and discussions. It brought together a group of artists, curators, and thinkers from across Europe to reflect on questions such as: What type of acoustic environment is beneficial or detrimental for people and other beings? Is there even such a thing as a natural, healthy acoustic environment which is fitting for humans, irrespective of other beings?
A video report by Dominik Žižka captures some striking moments from the seminar.
Irena Bukačová (ČR), Anna Kvíčalová (ČR), Yiorgis Sakellariou (LT/GR), George Cremaschi (US/ČR), John Grzinich (EE), Taufan ter Weel (NL), Sara Pinheiro (PT/ČR), Davide Tidoni (IT), Miloš Šejn (ČR), Jez riley French (UK), Ian Mikyska (ČR), Csaba Hajnóczy (HU), Vít Zavadil (ČR), Stanislav Abrahám (ČR), Judit Emese Konopás (HU), Martin Zet (ČR), Saša Spačal (SI), Petra Kapš (SI), Martin Klusák/Jakub Wágner (ČR), Hana Sar Blochová (ČR); students of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Faculty of Art Technical University in Brno and Faculty of Art and Design, Ústí nad Labem:Tomáš Roček, Martin Marek, Adam Hejduk, Zuzana Šklíbová, Jan Kromholz, Iva Polanecká, Polina Khatsenka, Matěj Šenkyřík, Jiří Rouš.
Video by Dominik Žižka