The other founders of PAS are the student of the Prague Academy of Fine Arts
Jir í Skála (currently attending a postgraduate course at Le Pavillon in Palais
de Tokyo, Paris) and the curator and theorist Vít Havránek. The group was created
as a production cell that would organise and produce, in co-operation with the
arts community, events that investigated new models of communication between art
and the public. One of its first projects was an installation of display cases
in various cities of the Czech Republic (2000). (10) Pas invited twenty
contemporary Czech artists and produced the content of the display cases.
Another event was the issuing of three series of stick-on labels (2000-2003),
which were printed as a supplement of the Czech art magazine Umelec (Artist).
At the Fair exhibition, College of Art, London (2002), pas offered a video trip
in collaboration with the travel agency Alatour (a tourist trip to Prague, with
the itinerary drawn up by the Norwegian artist Jespe Alvaer). It took part in the
paspress event in the Palais de Tokyo in Paris (2002). At present, pas is finishing
production on the exhibition Czech Made (L. Gillick, S. Heger, O. Musovik,
R. Ondák, J. Osmolovskij, M. Sosnowska). Pas is a production group that develops
and executes projects on commission.