aktualita IL SORRISO DEL LEONE / VENICE TELEPATHIC BODIES01|06|2019 - 24|11|2019
Punta della Dogana

Venice Telepathic Bodies / 177th days presentation of Milos ŠEIN in Venice as a Cloud, Water spray and Coldness 
Rivers, Streams, Puddles
03.06. – 07.07.2019 | Galerie AMB, Sbor kněze Ambrože, Ambrožova 729, Hradec Králové

Miloš Šejn & Lada Semecká
Curator: Martina Vítková 
Organizer: Klub konkretistů

I fell through the waterfall by flash and cut the surface with living flow line.
So Dipper bird, which appeared for a moment to the end of the walking  through the Javoří creek in the Giant mountains, told me.

It was a moment so full of elusive image of beauty and bewitching words.

Thus, images are born, which are not only a message, which anyone should be excited about. They are fragments of a living presence.
Miloš Šejn:
From the Diary / July 28, 2018

26.04.2019 – 28.05.2019 | MUO Muzeum moderního umění Olomouc / Divadlo hudby

Water is a significant phenomenon in Milos Šejn's work. Appears almost everywhere. Even the Sun Mountain was built above the stream flowing through it. In MUO / OLOMOUC MUSEUM OF ART – Theatre of Music you can see it on the long white wall in the hall (drawing, writing, painting), water framed and hanging, and a video stream flowing in the foyer.

Right from the water spring
The body of waters bites downwardly there
Where it roots in the deepest subsoil and
Turns its multiple eyes upward
Between grass and trees into the light
From where it was born.
Its being is becoming a shape
And its limbs growing through soil
In the endless folds
Always open embrace for seeing, speaking,
Finger printings and tracks of incoming
For touches the mouth of all beings
On the water surface.
We are also bodies of water
Seemingly break away from this immensity.

Miloš Šejn
From the Diary / October 8, 2014

04.09.2018 - 09.10.2018 | Galerie UFFO, Trutnov

Milos Sejn, Becoming The Maple Brook, acrylic on canvas, 160 x 2500 cm, detail
Galerie UFFO
Náměstí Republiky 999
541 01 Trutnov
Czech Republic

02.08.2017 - 10.08.2017 | SODA GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY ART / Bratislava

My event and pemanent intervention in the Viktor Fucek's exhibiton shoul be a very free paraphrase of Joseph Beuys cult action of 1965, this time defined by the title “How to explain images to an invisible interspace”.

SODA Gallery

Milos Sejn: MANGHA, Kraków 2012

Performance Art of Sixties in East Bohemia
26.04. – 16.06.2019 | Orlická galerie v Rychnově nad Kněžnou
Kolowratská 1, 516 01 Rychnov nad Kněžnou

curated by Karel Jaroš

Miloš Šejn: I touched the grass and was everything, heard everything, saw everything and was felt by everething, 1967
Grafika roku 2018
03.04. – 27.04.2019 | Galerie Ladislava Sutnara, Plzeň

Miloš Šejn: Wovels For Maple Brook, 2018  
Yellow Rose Fragrance
27.03.2019 – 16.06.2019 | Východočeská galerie v Pardubicích

Visually symbolic game looking across artistic positions and directions of symbolism of flowers, growth, biological or purely transcendental, explicit or just imagined, as a latent, marginal or, conversely, developed and bearing theme appearing in the works of a number of well-known or lesser-known 20th century authors follows the exhibition "Flowers of Desire and Evil", which took place in 2017 at the GMU in Hradec Králové. The project for the spaces of the House of Jonáš uniquely links the rich collections of three nearby institutions: The Gallery of Modern Art in Hradec Králové, the Central Bohemian Gallery in Kutná Hora and the East Bohemian Gallery in Pardubice. The cooperation of three major collections allows the story to unfold show significantly greater breadth and depth, but at the same time it is also a probe into the nature and composition of these funds, dipping deep into the secrets locked depositories and collection acquisitions mined over several very different decade of the 20th and beginning of the 21st century. The exhibition at the symbolic level lends its title from one of the late pastels in the region anchored fine art mystic Karel Malich.

Curators: Petra Příkazská, Vanda Skálová
Miloš Šejn: Awake Dreaming / performance recording, 1968 
Miloš Šejn: Percussit per Flavo, 2019
Miloš Šejn: Burning Roses, digital prints on glass, a part of ceiling-pane at vestibule of Gallery of Contemporary Art, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic 2003 - 2004 

I desire for a long time -
to paint wild roses
(which are yellow and red).
I went through every gardens and I found nothing!!!

Josef Mánes, 1870

03.02. – 27.02.2019 | Nadace Hollar, Obecní dům v Praze, náměstí Republiky 1090/ 5

Miloš Šejn: Wovels For Maple Brook, 2018

Theatrum Mundi III
27.04.2019 | Národní galerie, Veletržní palác, Prague

“Theatrum Mundi” is a multimedia project that displays a model of the universe metaphorically as an endless circle of life where everyone is a co-creator and introduces art as a process that makes us what we are. 

Theatrum Mundi III
02.10.2018  | UFFO Theatre, Trutnov, CZ

David Helán & Miloš Šejn

22.09.2018 | GASK / Central Bohemian Gallery, Kutná Hora, CZ

Theatrum Mundi 2.0 will take place on Saturday September 22, 2018 from 15 am to 6 pm in GASK in Kutna Hora.

The following performances are: Lenka Klodová, František Kowolowsky, Gaby Bila-Gunther, Martin Zet, Jana Orlová, Kateřina Olivová, Marie Zandálková, © Merry, Jiří Surůvka, David Helan a Miloš Šejn, Johana Střížková, Petra Pětiletá, Markéta Garai, Ladislav Vondrák, Vladimír Havlík, Mira Gáberová, Mojmír Pukl, In sáček veritas, Jennifer Helia De Felice, Elis Unique, Markéta Ježová a Tereza Froncová, Katarina Kadijevic, Aneta Jaurisová, Filip Martínek, Mariana Kuželová, Tereza Sosíková, Jan Škrob, Helena Machová, Jan Běhounek

Concept author for Gask: Darina Alster
Curator Veronika Maresova
Sound: Anja Kaufmann
Installation: Michal Kindernay
Collaboration: Pavel Havrda
Acknowledgments: Studio Hrdinů


Perform-Made Event
07.09.2018  | G HMP / Prague City Gallery
3-6 PM
Městská knihovna, 2. patro

Perform-Made Event 
Milos Sejn & David Helán

Agosto Foundation

Miloš Šejn will christen his new two-disk edition of Obraz-tělo-zvuk/Image-Body-Sound, released by Guerilla Records on his 70th birthday. Included in the event will be the presentation of the new book Časopysk by David Helán, once a student of Šejn, who now also performs with him. In addition, ArtMap will bring us up to date on future creative encounters and performative dialogue.

Miloš Šejn works in the fields of visual art, performance and study of visual perception, and conducts workshops, such as Bohemiae Rosa. His artistic concept was formed in his youth when he undertook many trips into the wilderness as a reflection of an inner need to get closer to the secret of nature and observe the miracles that happen in it. From the beginning of the 1960s he took pictures, drew, collected and described his observations of nature during these wanderings. Currently he teaches privately mixed media and the relationship of nature and art as intrinsic needs of the mind, and focuses on immediate creative possibilities, based upon relations between historical humanised landscapes and intact nature. He consciously is working in the areas of expressive language among text, visual stroke, body movement, voice, and expansion into space.

The CD contains various field recordings, such as the “ambient symphony” Colorum Naturae Varietas, while the DVD includes 27 recordings of a wide range, including performances, documentary works, video art, dream visions, drawings, images of nature, and the like. Included is a comprehensive interview, which in shortened form, appeared in the Revolver Review no. 103/2016. In all, the collection comprises an unusual, uncensored probe into the soul of the versatile artist, who in his work goes “beyond the limits”.

David Helán takes up the conceptual tendencies of the latter half of the 20th century. His works are scattered broadly, including performance, video performance, action art, installation, photographic works, fine art and new media, and their fusion. His name is also linked with the artist David Hřivňacký, with whom he has staged various performances mostly in gallery spaces. It is a characteristic of Helán and Hřivňacký’s works to use dadaistic principles, spontaneous immediacy, experimentation and humor. Last year, the dual-language author’s dictionary titled Časopysk won the call at the annual pilot project Artist Book #1 v Meet Factory.

Organized by: ArtMap Book StoreAgosto FoundationGuerilla Records.

The event will take place at the Prague ArtMap bookstore in Vojtěšská 18 on Monday 27th November from 18:00.

Of his bones are Corrall made: Those are pearles that were his eyes... ARIELL SONG FROM THE TEMPEST BY W. SHAKESPEARE
Milos Sejn: Wandering through reeds, 1958 Milos Sejn: Agara, 2015
24.05.2017 – 27.05.2017 | Theatre Academy Helsinki

Organizers: Jay Mar Albaos, Antonín Brinda, Harriet v. Froreich, Petros
Konnaris, Jolijn de Wolf / MA Degree Programme in Live Art and
Performance Studies (LAPS), Theatre Academy of the University of the
Arts Helsinki

Bubbles are not
kindly regarded in these days.
They are associated with many of our current world's issues: social
injustice, a lack of solidarity, rising prices, polluted water... 
Our world bubbles, the earth is a bubble, and
we are in crisis. However, there is the aesthetic and life-preserving
potential of the bubble: it is an equally rich metaphor for isolation
and ignorance as it is for nurturance, safety and protection, and
more so for perfection and effervescence. A multitude of bubbles might
merge, expand, form a foam, or collide, burst and disappear.
For this year’s LAPSody, we invite experts and contributors from all
field to join The Bubble. Come explore the political, social,
environmental, philosophical, scientific and performative potential of
the bubble as a discursive and physical phenomenon.
We especially welcome proposals featuring non-conventional forms of
presentation, and are happy to facilitate these, for example lecture
installations, post-truth performances, site specific discussions,
phlegmatic workshops and one-on-one-situations.
LAPSody festival & conference will be taking place in the Theatre
Academy Helsinki as well at different outdoor and indoor sites around
the city of Helsinki. Other venues of LAPSody are currently being
negotiated and will be announced in the beginning of the year 2017.
FoR mE iT’S tOO RAndOm
04.12. 2016 | KONVIKT / PAF Festival of Film Animation Olomouc

Darina Alster, Viktor Fuček, Mira Gáberová, Vladimír Havlík, David Helán, Lenka Klodová, Petr Krátký, Miloš Šejn, Viktor Takáč, Jan Valík, Vladimíra Večeřová, Martin Zet

FoR mE iT’S tOO RAndOm is an allegory of performance. It represents an effort in pure beauty, while doing away with personal ballast and dissolving the ego – one of the most independent and carefully constructed personal components of the majority of artists-performers. Part of this event will be the Festival’s closing ceremony and the handing over awards in the jubilee tenth year of the Other Visions section.
The former Jesuit College is the location of the Art Centre of Palacký University. Lecture halls, workrooms and conference halls are located in this spatial baroque complex which consists of five art departments from the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Education. The Art Centre is involved in everyday cultural and artistic life. Inhabitants of Olomouc as well as tourists see film and theatre performances and concerts in the Corpus Christi Chapel and exhibitions installed in the large corridors.
Konvikt is accessible from Denisova Street. If you travel by tram, the Náměstí Republiky stop is not far away.

25.11. 2016 | PechaKucha Night OlomoucJungmannova 3, Olomouc

David Helán / Milos Sejn

Broken Chinese
The Garden of Fragility
04.11. 2016 | Art Space NOV, Pernštýnské náměstí 49, Pardubice, Czech Republic

Ján Valík / David Helán / Milos Sejn

NOV art space
02.10. 2016 | Amfórman | Galerie Orlovna, Kroměříž

Curated by Aleš Vrtal & David Helán

International Festival Theatre European Regions
22.06. 2016 BODY PERFOINTROMENT / 17. – 26.06.2016 | DRAK Theatre, Hradec Kralové, Czech Republic

Day Six
Wednesday 22nd June – PERFORMANCE/How Performance Artists See Theatre

Early radical performance pieces from the 60s excluded typical theatrical elements such as duality of theatre, actors, roles, plots, rehearsals and repetitions, stage, given temporal frame, but even sufficed without the audience. Is there still a difference between theatre and performance art today? Distinguished Czech performers will answer.

06.05. 2016 | Art Space NOV, Pardubice, Czech Republic

NOV art space
28.09.2015 | LUNA

In September 28 I am going to link my face with the face of the Moon telepathically. The intervention will be held 1 hour around the maximum of the Full Moon at 4:50 AM CEST (2:50 UT), ie 4:20 to 5:20 AM CEST (2:20 to 3:20 UT).

Part of the exhibition TIME 20 BK.

In Greek mythology, Selene (Greek Σελήνη) is the goddess of the moon. She is the daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia, and sister of the sun-god Helios, and Eos, goddess of the dawn. She drives her moon chariot across the heavens. Several lovers are attributed to her in various myths, including Zeus, Pan, and the mortal Endymion. In classical times, Selene was often identified with Artemis, much as her brother, Helios, was identified with Apollo. Both Selene and Artemis were also associated with Hecate, and all three were regarded as lunar goddesses, although only Selene was regarded as the personification of the moon itself. Her Roman equivalent is Luna.
The etymology of Selene is uncertain, but if the name is of Greek origin, it is likely connected to the word selas (σέλας), meaning "light".
Just as Helios, from his identification with Apollo, is called Phoebus ("bright"), Selene, from her identification with Artemis, is also commonly referred to by the epithet Phoebe (feminine form). The original Phoebe of Greek mythology is Selene's aunt, the Titaness mother of Leto and Asteria, and grandmother of Apollo, Artemis, and Hecate. Also from Artemis, Selene was sometimes called "Cynthia".
Selene was also called Mene. The word men (feminine mene), meant the moon, and the lunar month. It was also the name of the Phrygian moon-god Men.


Lunar eclipse Super Blood Moon 28/9/2015, video Fred Stien

This intervention was carried out as a part of the exhibition Before, Now, Afterwards | 20.9. – 20.10.2015
PechaKucha Night Prague
23.09.2015 | Kino AERO, Biskupcova 31, Prague 3, Czech Republic

8.20 PM

Av. Dubrovnik 17, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

27.06. –  15.09.2015 | STATUES GIVEN THE GARDEN V, Kroměříž, Czech Republic

David Helán & Milos Šein
Chateau garden / The Long Pond, Saturday, June 27, 2015, 4:30 P.M.

Chateau garden

Body and Movement
18.04. 2015 | SOLAR MOUNTAINS

Day dreams in elemental landscape / Thora Solveig Bergsteinsdottir, Liv Nome, Miloš Šejn
A part of AENIGMA exhibition

day of dreames

Theatre festival ON THE EDGE
Friday, the 10th 4th 2015 - 18:00
Gentle provocation of Genius Loci by Day and by Night (with the participation of Milos Šejn and students of Theater production in non-traditional spaces from Academy of Performing Arts in Prague)

Plasy Monastery, Czech Republic

26.06. – 27.06.2014 | LUHOvaný Vincent, Luhacovice Spa, Czech Republic

David Helán & Milos Šein

LUHOvany Vincent
Former Gravediggers House
11.08.2013 | B U D E Č 2013 třetí ročník mezioborového setkání v kulturní krajině

David Helán & Milos Šein
Hillfort Budeč, Sunday, the 11th August 2013, 3 P.M.

Fossil of Truncation
19.04.2013 | ARTATACK Gallery, Výstavní hala - Horní Počernice, Bystrá 461, Prague, CZ / 7 p.m.

David Helán & Miloš Šejn
curated by Eliška Furčáková

Katedra environmentálních studií FSS MU, Brno

Archeologický ústav AV ČR, Praha, v. v. i., Botanický ústav AV ČR, v. v. i., Filmová a televizní fakulta AMU v Praze, Vysoká škola uměleckoprůmyslová v Praze
a Okrašlovací spolek při Katedře environmentálních studií na FSS MU v Brně
Vás zvou na vernisáž komorní výstavy fotografií, grafik a objektů Jana Daňhela, Petra Meduny, Petra Pokorného a Jiřího Sádla
dne 9. 5. 2012 v 18 hodin
na chodbě Katedry environmentálních studií FSS MU, Joštova 10, Brno.
Na vernisáži vystoupí Miloš Šejn & David Helán.

photo: Šimon Barnat


The Written Face for SU-EN
28.01.2012 | Uppsala Art Museum

Performances as a part of opening ceremony - VISCERAL SPACE: Cassius Åkerlund, Johannes Bergmark, Lee Berwick, Joan Laage, Stuart Lynch, Irma Optimist, Sören Runolf, Miloš Šejn

Milos Sejn: The Written Face for SU-EN, performance as a part of opening ceremony - VISCERAL SPACE, January 28; white rose, colour pencils, chair, body, blood, voice, singing

"bílé plátky
růže plátky
white petals
rose petals
through my body
like bright stars

This year SU-EN Butoh Company celebrates 20 years of artistic activities!
The company was founded in Tokyo in 1992, after SU-EN recieved her name from Tomoe Shizune & Hakutobo through the performance Kaze no Cho.

This will be manifested through an art exhibition at Uppsala Art Museum – Visceral Space. There will be several rooms that SU-EN and collaboration partners fill with installations based on some of the company´s major pieces and projects. Most welcome to the exhibition!
We also release a catalogue mapping the 20 years, designed by Gunnar H Stening. The catalogue is available for free and can be ordered by e-mail:

January 28 – March 11, Visceral Space - exhibition at Uppsala Art Museum
Installations based on previous works SLICE, Scrap Bodies, Blush, Chicken Life and more. Collaboration partners for the exhibition is Skrotcentralen i Uppsala AB, Gunnar H Stening, Rickard Sporrong, Lee Berwick, (UK) Junichi Kakizaki (Japan), Fredrik Olofsson and Lise-Lotte Norelius.

Live events during the exhibition period:
January 28, 12 pm – OPENING 0F EXHIBITION, 15:00 opening speech, 16:00 Scrap Event outside the Art Museum, crane trucks and welders
February 18, Body Art performance installation in the SLICE room, with SU-EN
February 29, lecture artist talk by SU-EN and improvisation with Marie Gavois & Gustav Franklin
March 11, END, Blush action painting event, with SU-EN Butoh Company, 3 dancers and Lise-Lotte Norelius

A study for The Written Face, January 20, 2012

28.10.2011 | Trafo Gallery, Prague
OFF INTERSECTION [Quadriennale of Unqualified]

curator: Linda Mikolášková

Performance by David Helán & Miloš Šejn

„Welcome note learned, pious and noble womens and mens, LIGHTS OF EUROPE!“

Performance, which is an adaptation of the project Czech Shed into the Trafo Gallery space, gives an entertaining and easily understandable form, many important findings, affecting all of us.

Panorthosia (Universal Reform) is the essential theme of John Amos Comenius's famous „General Consultation on an Improvement of All Things Human".

Obecná porada má:
1. Úvod, v němž se vykládá, co navrhujeme: nazývá se PANEGERSIA, to jest Kniha o všeobecném probuzení
- Vlastní soustavu, v níž se ke všeobecné nápravě navrhují
2. Základ, Všeobecné světlo: PANAUGIA, Dílčí počiny: totiž uspořádání
3. všech VĚCÍ, dotud naprosto neuspořádaných: PANSOFIA (Všeobecná moudrost)
4. všeho SMÝŠLENÍ, dotud naprosto zmateného: PAMPAEDIA (Vševýchova)
5. všech JAZYKŮ, dotud naprosto změtených: PANGLOTTIA (Všemluva)
6. Završení, PANORTHOSIA (Všenáprava)
7. Zavírku, obsahující porůznu opakované podněty k věcem tak žádoucím, k nimž vidíme tak jasně odkryté cesty. Bude nazvána PANNUTHESIA, Kniha o všeobecném povzbuzování.
(Obdobnou trojiční strukturu má pak opět každá ze sedmi knih.)

De rerum humanarum emendatione consultatio catholica, 1666

Kurta Konráda 1 (vchod z ulice Českomoravská)
190 00, Praha 9
Otevřeno: út-ne | 13:00-19:00
Spojení: tramvají č. 3 zastávka Ocelářská, nebo z metra Českomoravská 200 m.

Pellucens Oratio
18.09. 2011 | Školská 28 / Communication space, Prague

A performance in Words and Movements by Milos Sejn and Frank van de Ven

Two moving and speaking bodies meander from an old shed to a courtyard and roof garden under some very low clouds. Their dialogue oscillates between past and future stories engendering translucent moments of understanding in the present.

SUN, SEPTEMBER 18, 2011, 19:30

Maritus et Vxor Seinii
22.08.2011 | The Holy Spirit Church / Liběchov, CZ

Our thirty-fifth the coral (canvas) wedding anniversary we celebrated by the one-hour awake death.
Realized in the burial crypt of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Liběchov.

curated by Jan Trejbal & Marek Přikryl
photo: Jakub Geltner
Wedding anniversary
Libechov Olympus

20 June 2011 all day (00:01-23.59) | Prague

PQ+ accompanying project of the Prague Quadrennial
The aim of the accompanying project of the 12th Prague Quadrennial, simply called PQ+, is to further develop PQ 2011’s interdisciplinary dialogue between various dramatic genres and an expanding definition of visual art.


the Piazzetta of the National Theatre

A non-violent intervention in what remains of a public space
A 24-hour camping experience on the National Theatre’s piazzetta

The Handa Gote performance ensemble will spend 24 hours camping on the National Theatre’s piazzetta in homemade ceremonial masks and clothing. Relaxation, conversation, and games; a further unspecified ceremony; the erection of a portable temple for further unspecified godheads; cooking food and whiling the time away by playing on homemade instruments, through song and dance, the creation of arrowheads and other practical tools using available materials (glass from bottles, replacing the more difficult-to-find obsidian or flintstone), and a two- to three-hour ritual invocation of money.

The camp’s participation will in no way accost passers-by or onlookers. Their form of communication with be the radical absence of any outwards signs of belonging to majority society. These nomadic artistic homeless won’t have anything to be afraid of, either. They, too, know that it is normal to adapt. Inadaptability goes against the natural order and against culture itself.

Any gathering of people is legitimate, even if it has no aim of achieving a specific goal.

Prepared and performed by: Handa Gote research & development and guests
Tomáš Procházka / Robert Smolík / Pasi Mäkelä / Martin Janíček / Miloš Šejn / Jan Dörner / Jakub Hybler
production: Cavina/Kalivodová
photo: Martin Vosáhlo

The artistic group Handa Gote research and development is a conceptual post-dramatic theatre ensemble working with audio installations, movement and dance theatre, live music, visual theatre, and technology. Its performances are characterized by a hidden poetics and a unique aesthetics, influenced by minimalism, eastern philosophy, the Do-It-Yourself movement, and the combination of old and new on both the technological as well as mental level. Handa Gote mixes Czech do-it-yourselfism, the reuse of objects and technologies, and inspiration from Japanese wabi-sabi aesthetics.

Four Days in the frame of Intersection – Prague Quadriennale of performance design and space 2011

The art projects from the areas of theatre, dance, and the visual arts presented in this section work intensively with place, responding to the architecture, scenography, and design of public space. The selected artists address the subject of architecture and urbanism in a city where one can be an active participant, spatial catalyst, and true spectator of a new image of scenography. The selected projects present various different artistic approaches and ways of working with public space – site-specific projects, interventions, improvisation, performance art, or installations. The project’s main dramaturgical theme is playfulness, the tracing and exploration of the city’s iconography, and a shared interest in communicating about public space primarily with the city’s inhabitants.

Program coordinator Out of the Box
Projects for Public Space: Denisa Václavová


International Performance Art Festival
10.06.2010 - 13.06.2010 | Uppsala konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden

Artists: Tomislav Antonio Gotovac, Vlasta Delimar, Ervin Babic, Ljubica Cvoric, Marina Tomic, Jason Lim, Boris Nieslony, Ko Siu Lan, Makoto Mauyama, Rakini Devi, Kate Pendry, Johanna Tukkanen, Nordic Dumpling, Hiroko Tsuchimoto, Fredrik Axwik, Linus Raudsepp, Milos Sejn, Aki Onda, Gracing Space Project

Curator: SU-EN

Works from Milos Sejn: Being Landscape / Dedicated to Carolus Linneus


John Cage 4:33 Revised
25.03.2010 | The Westbohemian Gallery in Pilsen, Czech Republic

Realised by Miloš Šejn (time keeper, silent declamation), Johana Střížková (voiceless sing) and Jiří Hlobil (piano).

Mr. Spilka
04.11. - 11.11.2000 | Holešovice brewery / Prague

Four + Four Days in Motion
5th International Theatre Festival
4th-11th November 2000
Holešovice brevery, Prague

organized by mamapapa, curator Tomáš Žižka, sound part Martin Janíček
Four + Four Days in Motion

Milano·poesia / IX Festival internazionale di poesia, musica, video, performance, danza e teatro

Rivers, Streams, Puddles
03.06.2019 | Muzeum východních Čech v Hradci Králové, Eliščino nábřeží 465, Hradec Králové

Lecture and discussion with Václav Cílek & Miloš Šejn
on Monday, June 3, 2019, at about 10 o'clock in the morning 
Organizer: Klub konkretistů 

Architecture and the Senses
12.–14.10.2018 | Plasy Monastery, CZ  

Seminar, Workshops, Discussion

Agosto Foundation

Miloš Šejn: A Nightingale with a Flat Flight, Path in Translation

I record a moment of the nightingale’s living space. I have entered his house, his home. Reflections of vegetation, overhanging willows, and viburnums on the surface of the water say something of our, yes, perhaps our dialogue. I don’t know what the avian beings truly see and feel, but I am enraptured by the visual impression of this moment. When I wake up early in the morning, I lie on my bed and the branches from the garden stretch in from the window, clouds, the first rays of sun, and birdsong, it’s a perfect situation. Half asleep, loved ones and acquaintances approach, my consciousness is just as much between corporeality as between a dream and the consciousness of the house. I don’t know how the singing birds perceive this moment, and I know even less how long it has been since people have tried to capture this musical stream of speech in their own language – probably since time immemorial. Various languages and dialects hear something different each time. What follows are examples of translations of nightingales from the history of ornithology. And do we hear today at least some of a fragment of the nightingale’s building of a house?

25.08.2018 – 30.08.2018 | S i t e B o d y E x p l o r a t i o n
THE GOLDEN MOUNTAUNS – The Czech Republic & Poland

International Interdisciplinary Open–Air Workshop for dancers and artists exploring the relation among body, art and landscape led by Frank van de Ven and Milos Sejn.

Bohemiae Rosa
14.07.2017 – 22.07.2017 | Sykora/s Počedělice 
Ohre River – The Czech Republic

Open–Air Meeting of landscape painting
Curated by Lenka Sýkorová 

Bohemiae Rosa pointAcademy Archives point

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