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Artur Magrot (Czech Republic)

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Artur Magrot lives and studies in Prague, Czech Republic. He is focused on working in the public space since a long time. In 2010, he co-founded the Stolen Gallery project, an international network of non-stop galleries, generally taking place in the streets of cities like Prague, Dresden, Linz, Lisbon, among others(Ukradená Galerie Písek, Stolen Gallery Milano - Ukradena Galerie, Ukradena Galerie Dresden,...). In 2011, he was nominated for the 333 Award by the National Gallery in Prague, together with Alessandra Svátek. Since 2014, he has been studying intermedia art at the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague. In 2017, he cocreated with Martin Chlanda a monumental processual installation in the historical centre of Prague for the City Gallery.

In the project "I don’t understand all, but is OK", he works with the phenomenon of so-called invisible architecture. Specifically, with the layer of public space that is not visible, but greatly influences our lives, such as radio waves, Wi-Fi signals, telephone signals, etc.

Čtyři dny, 4+4 Days in Motion,Associate Partner

Czech Republic (CZ)

Associate Partner

Member of IN SITU since 2009

Four Days is the non-profit, non-governmental association which since 1996 has organized the international theatre festival 4+4 Days in Motion (4+4 dny v pohybu) and has also arranged number of unique international projects and cultural exchanges.

Four Days has organized 17 international theatre festivals, workshops with lectors from European countries, international site specific projects, co-production projects with other European organisations, seminars, membership in international associations and organisations, and consultation activities in the field of cultural management. The dramaturgy of which explores both the artist of dance and movement theatre and the artist of visual and kinetic art.

Since its inception, Four Days has numbered four people: producers Denisa Vaclavova, Marketa Cerna, production manager Nikola Böhmova and dramaturg Pavel Storek.