Den otevřených dveří:
4/11 2015, Den otevřených dvěří Ateliéru intermédií FaVU VUT Brno, 13:00–19:00, Údolní 19.
První ateliérová schůzka je ve středu 23/9 13:00, místnost 316 (Údolní). Prosíme o dochvilnost!
Novým vedoucím ateliéru bude od 1. září 2015 umělec Pavel Sterec.
Trained cinema projectionist. After finishing grammar school in Jeseník he graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Brno University of Technology, Studio of Video (Keiko Sei, Miloš Vojtěchovský). He has worked as a teacher at the faculty since 2003 where he has taught subjects related to production and reception of moving image. Since 2008 he is the head of the Department of Audiovisual Technology at FaVU. In the second half of the 1990s he dealt with the theory and practice of non-linear stories and narration in the digital environment (especially with the paradox of the expression “interactive story”). Since 1998 he has been involved in various collaborative projects focusing on animation and vjing (particularly in relation to fuzziness, illegibility and omissions as creative potential). In 2004 he was awarded the Developmental grant of Tranzit for his work in the field of visual media. In 2006 the Danish-American publisher Errant Bodies, focusing on contemporary experimental music and its overlaps with visual art, published the DVD-Video disc Carpets Curtains, documenting his concert cooperation with architect and musician Ivan Palacký. In the course of his post-graduate scholarship at the Centre of Audiovisual Studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU) he was dealing (under the alias of VJ Věra Lukášová) with the topicality of image and the creation of live re-edits of refound photographs and sounds resulting in a specific audio-visual revision of recall and imaginariness (live cinema). His effort was awarded with the Prize of Josef Hlávka (Hlávka Foundation). In 2006 he co-founded the electronic ensemble Midi Lidi, where he co-creates visuals (VJ sets, CD covers, video clips) together with Jan Šrámek and Magdalena Hrubá. He has been co-organizer of New New! Festival in Brno (2006–2010) and co-curator of Fresh Film Fest (Theatre Optique section) in Karlovy Vary and Prague (2007–2011). He has occasionally presented his works at exhibitions of contemporary art and film festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad (Centre Pompidou, Paris; L'immagine leggera, Palermo; EMAF, Osnabruck; Wardrobe, Leeds; Parker's Box, New York; Metrónom, Barcelona; MNAC, Bucharest; SPOR, Aarhus; TransFusion, Hamburg among others). He is represented in the National Gallery Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art in Prague, in the French Regional Contemporary Art Funds (FRAC/Fonds régional d’art contemporain de Lorraine), in the collections of the Brno City Museum and the Moravian Gallery in Brno, in the Marek Collection and in several foreign mediatheques. He has also co-initiated the foundation of the Fiume initiative, a free association of students and graduates, mostly of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Brno University of Technology, preparing several dozen video programmes and exhibitions, live music and image performances for Czech and Slovak festivals and several DVD-Video discs and publications (such as Histoires rurales, Balika, Lost perspective).
Online works http://intermedia.ffa.vutbr.cz/view/4