Live event/performance dealing with the essence of the research on artist Miloš Zet’s (1920–1995) legacy, which took place last year.
Concept: Hynek Alt, Martin Zet
Working Group: Hynek Alt, Vojtěch Märc, Zuzana Krisková, Jiří Skála, Martin Zet
Software Development: Michal Pustějovský
Camera: Antonín Jirát, Jan Plesl
Technical Support: Key promotion s.r.o.
Production: lítost, Lucie Drdova Gallery
Avatar Zet takes place in an everyday setting. Its post-produced live-streamed version works with augmented reality, replacing performers‘ heads with fragments of Miloš Zet's most public sculptures. These include 'Youth’ (1963), ‘Night Crossing’ (1968) and ‘Klement Gottwald’ (1956) amongst others. This juncture enables Zet's pieces to gain a voice, create a living sculptural group on stage and to set a platform for discussion about the legacy of Zet's artworks.
Avatar Zet is a series of public performances developed as a preamble to ‘object duration’ public programme series co-produced by lítost, Prague and Trafó, Budapest. Avatar Zet has been kindly supported by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Prague, The Union for the Protection of Authorship GESTOR and Key promotion. The event is a cooperation between lítost, Lucie Drdova Gallery, both Prague and PLATO, Ostrava.
Within the School of Thinking and the re:bauhaus festival on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus School. A festival initiated by the Goethe-Institut Prague. The School of Thinking was supported by Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.