Mariana Serranova lives in Prague and is an independent curator, art critic and editor. Throughout her career she has collaborated with several galleries and initiatives working in the field of contemporary art, including Jelení Gallery, Centre for Contemporary Arts Prague, Futura Gallery, 4 +4 Days in Motion Festival and tranzit.cz. She writes for several Czech newspapers and art magazines (A2, Umelec International, Photographer, FlashArt CZ, Revue Labyrint, etc) and has published articles in several catalogs.
Michal Novotný is director of Centre for contemporary art FUTURA in Prague and independent curator and writer. Since 2016 he is also part of the strategic conception team at PLATO Ostrava. Regular contributor to Flash Art, Art&Antiques, Artalk, Atelier, Labyrint and Fotograf magazines. AICA member since 2013. He initiated and is a jury member of VARP NY - Visegrad Artist in Residency residency program in New York.
Tereza Jindrová is an art critic and curator based in Prague. She is interested in methods of creating curatorial ‘frames’ to layer different interactions between artists, artworks and the public. On a long term basis, she cooperates with the Educational Department of the National Gallery in Prague, with online platform Artyčok.TV and with the Czech Radio. Since 2014, she has been the co-curator of the Entrance Gallery in Prague and has been a board member of Skutek, a Czech association connecting artists and other cultural producers with a focus on institutional politics and the conditions of artistic production. Her previous experiences include working for Flash Art magazine Czech and Slovak Edition, the Prague Biennale and Meetfactory – Centre of Contemporary Art in Prague.