Sharing and Solitude 

Sharing and Solitude is a short film from this year's More-than-Human Curiosity symposium. It captures the course of David Fesl and Esther Kläs' artistic performances and the way in which seemingly subtle interventions in the landscape trigger changes in the participants' experience, tensions and reflections on why we sometimes feel the need to disrupt even a simple gesture like touching something and passing it on.

The performances captured in the film were part of the program section Mediations (Art & the Human Brain), which, through current research in the fields of psychology, social sciences, philosophy, and neuroscience, explored the role of art in shaping our perception of the world, coming together as humans, and understanding ourselves.

Directors: Tomáš Bojar, Marek Meduna
Camera: Lukáš Milota
Sound: Dominik Dolejší, Šimon Herrmann
Production: Martina Knoblochová
Translation: Josef Havránek