The artistic practice of Lucie
Mičíková(1986) is rooted in memory and association. Interested in architecture,
and inspired by Gaston Bachelard's La Poétique de l'Espace, Mičíková's
personal installations create a dream-like, utopian, memory-space. Mičíková
uses simple practices - they are sympathetic and unrefined, like casual
combinations of drawings, magazine cuttings, photographs and scraps of paper: a
kind of half project, half images. Created with imagination and a feel for the
ordinary, commercially available materials.
visual artist and choreographer. She brings together an interest in
intersection and varied artistic genres: music, dance, choreography, poetry and
graphic musical scores. Her approach evokes Fluxus pieces, and on occasion she
deliberately emphasizes this relationship. She does not only work within the
boundary between playfulness and humour, she also treats such thoughtful
matters as the analysis of the body moving through space, communication between
dancer and music, or parallels of choreography and film editing.