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Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 6:00 PM

Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 1:00 PM

The oldest game in the world. It originated in ancient Mesopotamia from the city of Ur, where the game for two players was played roughly 5,000 years ago. However, it was gradually forgotten. That's why you probably won't know it either. Not so long ago, on one of the ancient clay tablets its rules were identified and so now you can play it too. It is a very simple and dynamic game. In ancient times, people in Mesopotamia believed that the game had the ability to help players predict their fate. So try your luck too! Stone or wood is used to make the game, which otherwise fits on any small table. But Juraj made it out of cloth and it takes a whole room to make it. Come and play the biggest version of the world's oldest board game.

Juraj Horňák is a young architect and designer originally from Slovakia. His way of working is driven more by the process than the result. In the field of architecture, he is most interested in the theme of activating public space in an amusing and playful way. What fascinated him most is the phenomenon of play in its application in a direct or more conceptual way. The projects he works on range from simple sketches, paintings and installations to interior design, architecture and urban interventions.