Location: Brno, Czech Republic
Cyklus: Reframed
Technique: acrylic, wood, canvas
Year: 2011
Realization: Zdeněk Porcal & Petr Dub
Photo documentation: Zdeněk Porcal
Space: family apartment
Architects: Václav Dvořák, Jaroslav Brázda (1936)

The milestone of the whole cycle consists of the applied violet fragment. Apart from the selected documentation, it has become, over the last two years, a regular element of Zdeněk’s equipment in his photographic trips around the Czech Republic. A 157 cm long lath wrapped in canvas had been subject to several hundreds short-term installations both in architecture and exterior before launching the project’s web presentation. In this case, re-using the method by means of exaggerated searching for an “absolute harmonious composition” refers to a separate unit working with the elements of conceptual photography or even performance. “Violet” and its use is a type of artistic work with psychological concepts of the figure and background. The original physical object in the form of an atypical photographic aid “disappeared and “sublimed” through regular documentation into series of layout options of individual open spaces.