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TS: The Hills Have Eyes

Adrian Altman, Tomáš Bryscejn, Ondřej Doskočil, Sarah Dubná, Kristýna Fingerland, Jakub Hájek & František Hanousek, Jakub Choma, Valentýna Janů, Kateřina Miturová, Olbram Pavlíček, Adam Rada, Antonie Stanová / The Hills Have Eyes / kurátori: Jakub Hošek, Nik Timková / HotDock project space / Bratislava / 23. 2. – 13. 3. 2019

The Hills Have Eyes

PING PONG #3 (Galéria A.M. 180  – Hotdock project space)
23. 2. – 13. 3. 2019

HotDock project space

Topoľčianska 12, 85105 Bratislava

Otvorenie: 22. 2. 2019, 18h

She slowly opens her eyes and looks around, disoriented by the morning light. She then stands up, looking down into the expansive rock canyon. After a moment of hesitation, she takes her bike back up the hill.

I’m here to save you.
(beat)
The world is coming to an end
Do you believe that the world is coming to an end?
(long beat)
No.
(beat)
That’s stupid.

Scene 22

Setting
In the faculty lounge. Every one is drinking water. The usual coffee
isn’t brewing. The custodian is bringing in dozens of large water
dispensers. The cabinets once filled with files are now filled with
hundreds of bottles of water.

In the empty school hallway… a gigantic tidal wave forms in the distance and comes crashing towards us between the lockers.

To avoid fainting.
Keep repeating.
It’s only a movie.
Only a movie
Only a movie
Only a movie
Only a movie
Only a movie
….
With

Adrian Altman
Tomáš Bryscejn
Ondřej Doskočil
Sarah Dubná
Kristýna Fingerland
Jakub Hájek & František Hanousek
Jakub Choma
Valentýna Janů
Kateřina Miturová
Olbram Pavlíček
Adam Rada
Antonie Stanová

Curated by: Jakub Hošek, Nik Timková


The exhibition is the third part of exchange project entitled „PING PONG: artist-run spaces from #V4“

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through a Visegrad Grant from the International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.