Letná Park public space, Prague, Czech Republic
conceived by: Lucie Svobodová, Petra Vlachynská
lighting: Jakub Hybler
sound: Adam Sporka
Light and sound Sculpture of Goddess Diana was inspired by the original bronze statue that was stolen. It was installed in the same place as the original sculpture one hundred years ago. The illuminated outline became the materialised memory but the installation simultaneously filled the emptiness of the place with the work that was truly contemporary and new. It is meant to suggest the transience of all things as well as memories and, at the same time, the possibility of their reappearance in a new form. Thanks to the act of artistic creation, the loss of an item belonging to cultural property has thus turned into a positive moment and gave new life to the community space.