Talking Machines are a living archive of the performative and audio works of Lukáš Paleček, which he has been systematically documenting at the Institute of Anxiety since 2019, in collaboration with the Barvolam association, Jonáš Richter and Ivan Svoboda.
Lukáš Paleček (b. 1977) is the author of drawings, objects, performances and audio compositions in which he lends his voice to various objects and machines. He is interested in old instruments such as Romo and Tatramat washing machines, or Tesla radios and cassette players. Lukáš collects machines: he finds them or is given them by acquaintances who are aware of his interest.
More about the project and the author on the IU website: https://bit.ly/mluvici-stroje.