Conceptual visual artist Ján Mančuška died in 2011. However, in his short 39 years of existence, he managed to create a number of remarkable works, many of which have been exhibited in renowned galleries around the world - including the Centre Pompidou in Paris and MoMA in New York. In his homeland, however, his work reflecting everyday life, social reality or the meaning of language has never achieved comparable fame. Together with the children of an artist who was not afraid to confront the public with the question of what is the meaning of art, the director embarks on a journey that aims not only to get closer to Mančuška, but also to reveal him in unrecognised shades, thus filling in the gaps that are increasingly appearing in the context of the fading memory of his personality.
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