In the Spring of 1998 I arrived in Brno, Czech Republic to meet with Dr. Vladimir Podborský, Professor of Archaeology at Masaryk University and the director at Tĕšetice-Kyovice (T-K), a Neolithic site in the Danube River Plain. He reviewed my proposal to create an art installation that would investigate the mythic meaning of the figurines discovered there. Dr Podborský supported my efforts with enthusiastic encouragement, and arranged a lease for the field for a year so that I could put my theory to the test. ‘Footprints at Tĕšetice-Kyovice’ began.