Tereza Záchová (Czech Republic) is an art curator and art educator, working between Prague and Brno. Her curatorial practice is oriented towards artistic process, site-specific forms and intuition, considering environmental issues such as time, food systems, quantum physics and participatory thinking. She develops themes on how we relate to speculation about the current or future state of our society.

During her residency at Delfina, Tereza will be developing and researching artists for a forthcoming exhibition, The Earth, at gallery Emil Filla in Usti nad Labem.

Tereza Záchová studied in Usti and Labem. The city is a part of a region that has had very serious environmental issues due to the impact of the coal industry and chemical plants which has effected the landscape and air quality.

Tereza was the founder of an alternative curatorial project, called Bunka. Nowadays she co-curates the non-profit gallery 35M2 in Prague. Past curatorial projects include Time that Walks Away Now, Now and Again Now at FaVU, Brno (2018); Isotrophy at House of Art, Brno (2017); and Towards Inevitable at Blunk, Trondheim, Norway (2017).

With support from

Arts and Theatre Institute, Czech Centre London, and Kunsthalle Praha


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