BARBORA KUKLÍKOVÁ

  Photography Constellations - Barbora Kuklíková Hospice - Barbora Kuklíková PERMANENT UNSUSTAINABILITY - Barbora Kuklíková  
  4 degree field of vision - Barbora Kuklíková IN MOTION - Barbora Kuklíková GLASSMAKERS - Barbora Kuklíková  
  TRANSCONTINENT - Barbora Kuklíková One world Mothers and Daughters  
  Don´t Defy the Forrest In - Ty - My - Ta Ghost  
  Lunar Calendar Eves69 and Merunka Waiting for the UFO  
  Juliet Feeling in the Foreign City Me Anastazia  

 

   

IRITUALS (2001)
Black and white photographs of stereotypes in male and female behaviour and coexistence.

ME ANASTÁZIA (2002)
Illustrations for Katarína Janigová´s poetry collections, where the identity of the author blends with its "twin", be it in life or only in the field of poetry.

THE OUTWARD AND BACK AGAIN (2002)
A documentary from the photographic happening.

LITTLE JULIET (2002)
A photographic story of a little girl.

HOTEL (2003)
Loneliness, isolation, random meetings of people sleeping in one house.

FEELINGS IN THE FOREIGN CITY (2004)
A colour documentary on foreigners living in Prague, their ideas and dreams which they came to the Czech Republic with.

JULIET (2005)
A continuation of the documentary about Juliet.

DOŇA ISABELLA / CLINIC STORY / CLAPTOWOMAN (2005)
Fashion stories.

WEEKYVY (2005)
Illustrations for Katarína Janigova´s book.

WAITING FOR UFO (2005)
This cycle is inspired by desires and waiting for "something unidentifiable", for a break in our life, for love, interruption of stereotype, fulfilling our expectations. The subject of our expectation, however, does not come and we catch at all possible implications, imposing our hopes onto them. The photographs are completed with an object in the computer, but its presence casts doubt on the identity of the expected.

DANA (2005)
A documentary.
  

GHOST (2005)
Four stories based on TV detective horrors of a lower standard.

EVES69 AND MERUNKA (2006)
A visualization of a chat conversation.

LUNAR CALENDAR (2006)
Ten months, ten portraits, every month another woman representing the give developmental stage of a child. The cycle was created as a calendar with the foremost Czech Doctor MUDr. Roman Chmel.
  

IN-TY-MY-TA (2005/6)
A photographic interview with daughter Terezie, photographed during her first year of life.

DON´T DEFY THE FORREST (2007)
Illustrations for the poetry collection written by Daniel Hanšpach.

MOTHERS / DAUGHTERS (2007/8)
The project on one of the strongest relationships we create in our lives, on the link between mother and her daughter. This bond affects us for life, predetermines other relations of ours, our position in society, the way of life and last but not least the way we perceive ourselves. Linking our personality and our living space. It is not only our external appearance which talks of each of us but also the place we live in. It is our world which sometimes consciously, sometimes unconsciously, we create and allow the others to enter it. Transferring or, on the contrary, denial of the environment model which we grew up in, and which was for the most part created by our mothers. The rate of liberation and a sense of belonging. The concluding part of the collection is a small "identification probe" in the external appearances of women and girls who participated in the project. This independent stop is deliberately isolated from the environment and leaves room for expression of the faces themselves. Since only this way keeps our external and internal lives in balance.

ONE WORLD (2009)
A portrait cycle of people preparing the human rights festival ONE WORLD.

TRANSCONTINENT (2009)
The collection of photographs on partnership, power of our origin, various cultures influences. How far do globalization, national independence, customs and traditions go in an intimate sphere like a partnership of two people? Theme of a common life of a Czech person and his/her her partner from outside Europe. How does it feel to live with someone from the other part of the world, with someone speaking a different language, having a different religion, race and mentality? This sociological-psychological study balances on the borders of real documentary and fiction. Real partners in life plus people strange to one another who are, however, tempted to break their run-in stereotypes in communication and relations.
Real partnerships versus fictitious connections of two strangers.


4 degree field of vision (2010)
Anna Kuliskova – born in 1986
silver medal at the Paralympics in Turin (2006) and bronze medal in Vancouver (2010)
student of Journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University (FSV UK)
graduate of Conservatory of J. Deyl in Prague, subjects – flute and guitar
co-pilot of an ultralight plane
her field of vision is narrowed from 180 to 4 degrees

  

 

 

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