Interview with artist Vladimir Kabelik

This interview with the artist was conducted by the Creative Campus Galleries Curatorial Assistants, Maham Asad and Kate Dockeray. These clips were selected to provide additional insight into film and photographs displayed in this exhibition.

 

On the title of this exhibition, One Life, Two Cities

Background on his film Generation ’70

More Background on his film Generation ’70

Why Generation ’70 was banned

Issues created by the Generation ’70

Consequences of the creation of Generation ’70

Steps taken to attempt to minimize conflict with government during the production of Generation ’70

On the artist’s first few years in Toronto

How the artist views Prague now

 

Image Backstories

Zatisi s kamny/FIX4.psd

Vladimir Kabelik, Still Life with Stove and Painting, n.d. Unique Pezographic print on William turner archival Hahnemühle paper. Collection of the Creative Campus Galleries, Sheridan College.

General/Fix10.psd

Vladimir Kabelik, The General, n.d. Unique Pezographic print on William turner archival Hahnemühle paper. Collection of the Creative Campus Galleries, Sheridan College.

Prague 2001/FIX3.psd

Vladimir Kabelik, Prague, n.d. Unique Pezographic print on William turner archival Hahnemühle paper. Collection of the Creative Campus Galleries, Sheridan College.