26.08
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Stolen & found

Though this time some clever weirdo figure it out how to stole us equipment the fest was hot and cool.

3 days of art wasn’t that hard to handle as I thought it would be. Jakub Geltner hooked up dozens of satellites on the church so we can bypass the homesick.. Milos Vojtechovsky made some field enhancements, some girl draws soccer filed line around the church to decoy more people to come. We spit some seeds around in order to make bit of harvest for the next year, we listened bunch of clever speeches during a day.

During the nigh you could see ne I playing on church corpus. They hooked up cables in to their tent outside of the church, plus they enhanced the church by all the speakers they had and started buzzing. Some people said it sounded like A. Hilter’s speech, some almost vomit, but most of them were delighted.

We had few projections in the church. Beamers mapped on the walls and poles. The best sound-visual combination comes from the Opuka repertoire. It was cool, smooth and unbelievably colorful with its on tuned unique style. Martin Janicek & Petr Ferenc performed their classic industrial gig. We had there a dancers dancing Butoh like theatre piece, post-modern robotic dance cacophony performed by project ARTHUR accompanied by the hum made by ne I. Michal Cabowitz, the wizard played the noise through quadro sound setup and transformed it to our big surprise in to the chill out session. We even heard the voices from the tomb.

The bar served all the veggie and non veggie food well, the fire place produced nice warm back-end and we smelled like hell.
All that and more on Chapel Libechov.

Michal Cabowitz, his first few tones:

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