"Permanence of Flow", The Vysočina Regional Gallery, Jihlava, curated by Tereza Záchová, 2017
The exhibition "Permanence of Flow" by Lucie Mičíková, Martin Zvěřina and Leaf Beeferman tells the story, which records a specific slow changes. These transformations have their own definition of "story" and his own idea of what it is "event". We hear it in the endless flow of time, which is trying to get to your destination. It returns and escapes again. Each of us will reveal his own paintings, which are reflected in the river of time. And in one moment we can experience them all at once.Small changes will become infinitely more important for us and then it suggests the importance of completely ephemeral to the hidden processes that are not and perhaps can not even be in real time. It's like to feel the future in the present. A future that has not happened yet, but you already know that you from it only time separates. Individual works are thus subject to the process of science, the butterfly effect, but at the same time to time as to the entity of which dealt with Hermann Hesse or Jorge Luis Borges. It may seems that the exhibition has poetic and ephemeral tuning, but small changes foreshadows ecological and environmental problems with water on Earth in a longer course of time.