Exhibition of art in the public space is a reaction to the revolution of 1989 and its unfulfilled ideals. Artists ask themselves the essential questions – how did our society improved since then and whether the changes weren\'t more of a disappointment. The state of today\'s society is more likely apathetic. Is contemporary art able to talk to the public and wake it up from its sleep?
"Monstera and philodendron are inseparably connected with the aesthetics of the communist regime. Large flower - pots of these plants were a symbol of official spaces – for example offices, museums and the stations, too. They masked the unhospitable atmosphere or the replace their unkemptness. They created barriers in public space, which was controlled and non-free.”
The original concept of this project crowd down on the "censorship" of lady from the administration building of the railway station. She precisely defined space for this installation. A queue of pots indicates the permitted borderline of installation.