Directed & Edited by: Dominik Žižka
D.P. & Sound: Dominik Žižka, Michal Kindernay
The interdisciplinary project Frontiers of Solitude focuses on contemporary transformations of the landscape and the close connections between our civilization and nature.
The topology of the Baroque space of the city Duchcov and the Cistercian Monastery in Osek according the archive materials.
...more at: http://frontiers-of-solitude.org/jiri-wolf-a-tour-through-barogue-duchcov
A remediation of environmental (and social) disturbances caused by extensive open cast brown coal mining in northwest Bohemia is a priority for the Czech environmental policy.
A two-day workshop focused on the sound environments around the brown coal industry in Most Basin (North Bohemia). We useed both listening and making field recordings.
Prague, 5 February to 4 March, 2016
French Institute Prague
Václav Cílek presented his thoughts on the relationship between the past and the current situation of the Ore Mountains landscape. His field lecture included a walk to an ancient sanctuary-today an archaeological site, located in the hills above the Jezeří Chateau.
Excerpts from the Icelandic expedition...
Editing and Photography by:
Aspects of Contemporary Art in Scandinavia
Markús Þór Andrésson
Independent curator and writer,
The construction of Kárahnjúkar dam (2003-07), and the political process leading up to it, have been the subject of extreme controversy in Iceland. Under the current government, plans for more hydroelectric mega-dams are under way.
Excerpts from the Norwegian expedition...
Website created by the Frontiers of Solitude team.