A video about the Ceramic and procelain studio at UMPRUM during the time of the corona pandemic. The impossibility of entering the university's studio inspires the students to construct their own ceramic kiln and use mud from their neighbourhood to continue the creative process.
This Czech feature film is set to premiere in 2021. Erhart reopens the topic of the 1990s, still unpleasant for politicians and entrepreneurs who then were key actors in a savage privatisation of a country fresh from revolution. The film is shot by the debuting director and screenwriter Jan Březina.
Directed by Jan Strejcovský, this documentary film was created at the occasion of the extensive exhibition „For the Truth“ at the Gallery of Jaroslav Fragner. Discussions with renowned philosophers about the essence of truth in this world are paralleled with a feeling of climbing through the anus, seeking answers. Searching through a hidden, forgotten place in a physical, metaphorical and perhaps even historical sense, the film shows us the journey.
My bachelor thesis, a video installation exhibited in 2019. Marty Putz is a fictional character set between two grannies. They are recorded in the middle of a conversation about religion, philosophy, their feelings about Czech society, as well as their own identities. One isn't quite sure whether they are conversing in one backyard, or each at their own place.
Photography for film by Adéla Komrzý. As every year, the Prague Academy of Fine Arts holds entrance talent exams. In three different studios, the film follows behind the scenes of a challenging task facing local educators: how to choose from a crowd of candidates the chosen ones who will be given the opportunity to shape the character of fine art in the years to come?
A documentary series about innovative residences by conceptual architects from all around Europe. Talks with resident-architect about the creative process of achieving an artwork and a home at the same time. This series explores how we live and what qualities we need in our lives.
A documentary film, directed by Jan Strejcovský, about the Slav Epic. When Alphonse Mucha completed his largest complex of paintings, he gave this work to the city of Prague. The only condition was that Prague had to build a special museum to exhibit it in. A century later the museum has yet to exist. Out of nowhere the Epic is to travel to be exhibited in Japan. What story does Mucha's Slav Epic tell us about Czech culture and society?
Between the lines is a video from during my internship in Berlin. Two young people getting lost on the metro, in the same way they are getting lost in a conversation which is constantly being interrupted by goggles with an augmented reality.
Exhibition, 2019. U-mind envisions a future system where human brains are replaceable and programmable according to your wishes. U-Mind gives us a glance at the unstoppable power of being able to brand anything.
A roadtrip-style documentary film, taking the camera to the sculpture and fine art scene set up in Norway's wild northern nature. Among tranquil surroundings, artists have set out to redefine a country's heritage. The film captures the interplay between landscape and contemporary art and design.