Thanks to Slovenská sporiteľňa, we are making green activities in the Old Markethall visible.



Visit and create a unique digital micro world full of living pictures and sounds, which react to movement of your body. Become a part of digital art piece in Stará tržnica/Old Market Hall.

INNER LIFE is an interactive video installation built custom for Old Market Hall, connecting behaviours of nature, abstract visuals and sounds together reacting to movement of visitors. Created by digital artist Mathieu Le Sourd – MAOTIK.

3. 7. – 2. 9. 2022
open Sunday – Friday
(visit our Trh-Piac-Markt on Saturday)

Opening hours:
13:00 – 22:00
last entry 21:30

2 €
children up to 15 y/o free

More info:

Laser technology captures human interaction and generates abstract visual compositions and sounds. This visual and musical installation processes a large number of movements and creates images that will never be repeated. Art piece offers new possibilities of interaction with technologies through movement.

During the installation, you can also look forward to performances of dance artists, whose interaction with the digital world you will be able to watch at special events. More info soon.

The installation is curated by Biela noc, the partners are Slovenská sporiteľňa, Bratislava, BSK and BKIS.


Mathieu Le Sourd, also known as MAOTIK, is a French digital artist focused on creating immersive environments, interactive installations, digital architectural sculptures, and audio-visual performances which play at the intersection of art, science, and technology.

Over the last few years, his work has been presented at international festivals and
institutions worldwide, such as Mutek, Sonar, Oi Futuro in Rio, Art Basel, Freeze London, FIAC Paris, Signal Festival in Prague, the British Film Institute in London, ARS Electronica in Linz, Miraikan Science Museum in Tokyo, B39 in Seoul or Funkhaus in Berlin.

MAOTIK best known for using computer-generated algorithms to create reality-shifting environments, he performs with his own audiovisual tools by generating graphic elements in real-time, in order to transform the perceptions of space. In constant collaboration with artists from other disciplines such as music, dance, theater, and architecture, but also with scientists, he investigates the relation between arts and technology, exploring new artistic languages.

The artist studied Digital Media Production at the London Institute, he holds a Master's Degree in Digital Arts from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, and he worked as a professor with a focus on interactive design, generative design, augmented and virtual reality environments at the CODE university in Berlin.