Daniel Hanzlík: Sources of Signals

This exhibition of works by Daniel Hanzlík (born 1970) is conceived as an environmental installation. The physical dimension of reality is transposed into digital images and audio forms. In formulating the works’ semantic foundations, Hanzlík works with the themes of natural and physical processes and linear or non-linear systems that describe the image of our three-dimensional world and use digital tools to translate it within a synesthesia of computer-generated optical and acoustic data.

The original starting points of familiar reality are transformed into hypothetical models. The result is the creation of a shared space of empirical knowledge and illusions of dynamic reality on the boundary between reality and fiction. The exhibition is an overarching work that consists of four installations designed on the basis of mutually related spatial and semantic contexts with a view to the gallery’s physical layout.

The exhibition is a loose continuation of the exhibition DATASCAPE, held in the fall of 2012 at the Emil Filla Gallery in Ústí nad Labem.