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“Kdo to udelal? (Who Has Done It?)”
“Sleepless nights, nights with an aching head, nights of suffering, and nights when I was dying. Endless inaudible conversations... whisper that ends with the dawn. Blindness that eyes get used to. Shadows of events. Nights that are gentle and clear, nights spent flying. Constricted constrictor, hot asphalt, bare feet and the murmur of a brook. Gravel between fingers.
The time between sleep and wake... accelerated heartbeat, cries muted by darkness. Everything is sinking into bottomless landscapes and then, so cruelly, without a warning, it explodes into reality. Unbearable fevers. Sheets of paper covered with writing – no longer legible in the morning. The radio not turned off. Tea left on the stove. Uninvited guests - "Who has done it? Who has done it!?" – What do I really ask each night about? And who?
The composition called "Who has done it?" looks back at what has been created for the past year of my work with sound. It works with and recasts some of the already finished sound work. It puts them into different positions and it gives them new meanings in a lot of things. However, I have the feeling that the previous pieces of work were more or less a preparation for this composition, which, to a certain extent, symbolically concludes this year.”