"Report on a Construction of a Spaceship Module"
“This publication includes a selection of essays by tranzit members and artists that provide crucial, and sometimes even opposing, perspectives. Vít Havránek applies philosopher Frederick Jameson’s concept of the past and future as only versions of a perpetual present to the organization of the arts in his sci-fi story. Key Hungarian neo-avant-garde artist Miklós Erdély, known widely for his pedagogical work and fostering an expanded view of creativity’s role in the everyday, particularly with regard to societal problem-solving, contributes a republished lecture from 1981 addressing the trajectory of the neo-avant-garde. While influential Slovak artist Stano Filko, who grapples with transcendental philosophy, cosmology, and metaphysics in his work, plumbs the fourth dimension in a set of typewritten notes, published for the first time here.”