Familial Traces, 2023

A multi-media exhibition by Tereza Stehlíková20th January 2023 – 12th February 2023Visit by appointment via info@sternstudio.at A multi-media exhibition tracing and mapping some of the textures that make up the narrative of oneself: a fragile and ever-shifting construct made of embodied memories, fragments of early childhood experience, imprints of tactile encounters, threaded with family histories. The... Continue Reading →

Familial Traces

A multi-media exhibition by Tereza Stehlíková STERNSTUDIO GalleryMayergasse 7/21020 WienAustria NEW DATE:Opening - 20th January 2023 - 19:00visit on appointment via info@sternstudio.at A multi-media exhibition tracing and mapping some of the textures that make up the narrative of oneself: a fragile and ever-shifting construct made of embodied memories, fragments of early childhood experience, imprints of tactile... Continue Reading →

In/habit symposium

A cross-disciplinary art/science/philosophy symposium, exploring ways of re-imagining our relationship with our mental and physical environment, born of the pressing need to change our habits to protect our habitat. DATE: Thursday, 1 December 2022, 10:30 – 18:30 CET, Friday 2nd December 10.30 – 13.30 PLACE: Technologické centrum UMPRUM Mikulandská 134/5 Mikulandská 110 00 Praha 1 & ONLINE... Continue Reading →

Call for submissions

My Tangible Territory journal is open for submissions for its 5th issue. The core theme of the issue is focused on MOTHER/DAUGHTER relationships. But because all rules are there to be questioned and creatively subverted, we are also open to submissions focused on FATHER/SON relationships or other important family bonds/mirroring. The general TT journal perspective remains: ie. the... Continue Reading →

Masopust 2022

“Masopust”, the time of carnivals which historically ended on Ash Wednesday, is the oldest continuous holiday feast in the Czech lands. In terms of cultural memory, it is also the longest still transmitted – its significance and meaning passed down from generation to generation. While Masopust has been marked for centuries, especially in rural villages,... Continue Reading →

Ophelia in Exile

A multi-media art installation by artist Tereza Stehlikova, exploring the importance of all our senses in giving meaning to our human experience. Its concept is inspired by the current pandemic and its impact on how we engage with others. The exhibition is one of the manifestations of an ongoing collaborative dialogue initiated by the Tangible... Continue Reading →

Ophelia in Exile: exhibition

A multi-media art installation, exploring the importance of all our senses in giving meaning to our human experience. Its concept is inspired by the current pandemic and its impact on how we engage with others. The exhibition is one of the manifestations of an ongoing collaborative dialogue initiated by the Tangible Territory journal, conceived by... Continue Reading →

Ophelia in Exile

Ophelia has been in quarantine for an indefinite period of time, in an unknown location. She has been exiled from the outside world: from contact with people, with nature. Her world is sterile and lacks colour and scent. Even her understanding of her own body in relation to her environment is transforming, becoming more and... Continue Reading →

A History of Unnecessary Developments

Here is a record of my exhibition with my friend and long term collaborator, poet S J Fowler, which was on between 18th April - 2nd May 2021 at Willesden Gallery London. Despite the fact that not many people got to see it, given we are still in the midst of various restrictions, it was... Continue Reading →

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