Exhibitions 2020 – Festival NASUTI

Attack Decay Sustain Release

The exhibition project Attack Decay Sustain Release is created for the NASUTI festival in Nová Cvernovka in response to the topic of this year, "degrowth".

Taken from synthetic music production, the term describes the dynamic course of sound and is a symbolic parallel to the organic life cycle, which may be (but doesn’t have to be) a response to current events likely to lead to the collapse of civilization.

Amalia Roxana Filip, Jan Nálepa, Boris Vitázek and Gabriela Zigová worked on the exhibition under the curatorial guidance of Diana Klepoch Majdáková. It is a site-specific exhibition project, an environment consisting of objects, sound and light installations.

The intention is to create an autonomous, time-evolving environment, a situation combining natural with artificial, sound with visual perception, organic processes with technological, the motive of destruction with re-emergence, a sensual experience with the processing and acceptance of scientific facts.

In the project, we deal with the principle of equal rights of all components of organic and inorganic processes and their merging into one endless cycle, in which at the end the dominant element disappears and thus gives space to the new. A motive that can be as devastating as liberating for man and his era.

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