Klára Peloušková /CZ
Klára Peloušková studied Art History and Theory, as well as Media Theory, at Masaryk University in Brno and Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM). She works as a methodologist and lecturer in the Department of Design and the Department of Art History and Theory at UMPRUM, while conducting her doctoral research at the same institution. She focuses on contemporary design theory and methodology in the context of the politics of sustainability and civilizational transformation. In 2021, she participated in The Terraforming design-research programme at the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design in Moscow. She has also contributed to the project Transition Design: A New Challenge for Service and Interaction Design Education, which developed in collaboration between Masaryk University and University of Oslo. Before becoming fully engaged in academia, Klára worked as editor-in-chief of the Czech contemporary art magazine Artalk.cz, and as a project leader for the international residency program studio das weisse haus in Vienna. She continues to contribute to academic and non-academic publications, and to curate exhibitions of contemporary art and design.
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