photos: Lukas Havlena

CGI movie x concert x performance
The end of the world was never this fruitful 🍎
What can have a movie screening, concert, clubbing, and performance art in common? In this project we’re testing the borders: join us on the journey of our danse macabre where the audience, performers, and art forms melt together.
From neo-Tarkovsky footage about anthropocene to a techno party.
Please note: It is not required for the audience to just sit on their seats.
creative direction: Gabriela Procházka
concept: Gabriela Procházka, Anna Ribanská, Jindřiška Křivánková
music: LOFN
choreography & performance: Jindřiška Křivánková, Anna Ribanská, Václav Kovář
set design, light design: Gabriela Prochazka
video art: Michal Žilinský
costumes & make-up: Andrijana Trpkovič
typography: Petr Fašianok
technical support: Gomi Fernandéz (Lunchmeat studio)
The project is realized with financial support by Ministery of Culture of the Czech Republic.

6.12.2019 Lunchmeat Festival National Gallery, Convent of St.Agnes, Prague, CZ
17.7.2020 Festival Nultý bod, Studio Alta, Prague, CZ

Sky, Snow and Broken Sword

Gabriela Prochazka: Herz Performance - Rehearsing with Ichi Go -



pics by: Evelin Belincakova, Paul Henschel

Gabriela Prochazka – direction / light design
Ichi Go – dance
Arielle Esther – sound design
Georg Werner – sound and light interface
Eyal Meistel – costume design

contemporary dance performance with elements of butoh
(butoh; also known as a dance of darkness)

In the first state, man and sword become one and each other. Here, even a blade of grass can be used as a lethal weapon. In the next stage, the sword resides not in the hand but in the heart. Even without a weapon, the warrior can slay his enemy from a hundred paces. But the ultimate ideal is when the sword disappears altogether. The warrior embraces all around him. The desire no longer exists. Only peace remains. – King of Qin, Hero

trailer / 2016
supported by Adam Csoka Keller, Eveline Belincakova, Sandro Mosco


18.3. 2017