I'm the curator of PQ Talks 2023. PQ Talks are conducted as a critical discussion of the ongoing global problems we are facing: pandemic, climate change, racism, and their connection to live arts. The project consists of discussion panels, flash talks, and presentations, reflecting and enriching the current discourse in scenography and performance design.
I was the co-curator of PQ Talks 2019, one of the core projects of Prague Quadrennial 2019. PQ Talks were conceived as a platform to discuss, question, provoke, theorize, acknowledge and celebrate the creative, intellectual and cultural riches that scenography/performance design brings to our world.
PQ Talks 2019 brought almost 200 speakers from close to a hundred countries.
I co-curated the scenographic exhibition Shakespeare in Prague: Imagining the Bard in the Heart of Europe (Columbus Museum of Art; the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, 2017). This exhibition focused on the different ways Shakespeare’s plays have been staged in what is now the Czech Republic throughout the 20th century until the present.