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Kateřina Šedá
Kateřina Šedá (1977) is a Czech artist whose work is closely linked to social architecture. In 1999–2005, she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague under Professor Vladimír Kokolia; today, she focuses on socially oriented experiments aimed at diverting their participants from entrenched stereotypes or social isolation. Using their own (provoked) activity and a novel use of everyday means, she attempts to generate a permanent change in their behaviour.

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Official page: katerinaseda.cz
She is the author of a number of public projects, both in the Czech Republic and abroad. Her work has appeared in galleries such as the SF MoMA in San Francisco (2014), the Venice Biennale (2013), the Museum of Art in Lucerne (2012), the Tate Modern in London (2011), the Mori Museum in Tokyo (2010), the New Museum in New York (2009), Manifesta 7 in Bolzano (2008), the 5th Berlin Biennale (2008), the Renaissance Society in Chicago (2008) and Documenta 12 in Kassel (2007).
Made in Slavutych office: Prospekt Druzhby Narodiv, 7 («Energya» Building, 3rd floor)