- Sun 2718:30-20:00
Home is a film about intimate space, a space that is not defined by the material features occupying the space, quite the opposite, layers of meanings that we, beings that occupy the space, add on top of the features. Clean and in its form perfect 3D models signify just their uniformity and presence, the viewer is being pulled inside an intimate space by a series of short narrative stories, where the situations add an additional layer of intimacy of a personal attitude towards those objects and space. Home is not a collection of items, but a narrator’s story collection and their personal mythology that has been transferred to the objects and thereby they gained an ability to tell stories too.
Adéla Kudlová (CZ)
Adéla Kudlová (1987) is an experimental filmmaker based in Prague. Her art explores the relationship between the natural and virtual environments inhabited by man. The ADAF previously screened her film Biotop (2015).