Zdena Zedníčková (*1972 Brno, CZ)
16. 5. 2019, 17:00 | Small Exhibition Hall Liberec | nám. Dr. E. Beneše 2/10, Liberec
The Lunatic Diary lecture is conceived as a reflection/legacy and accumulation of inspiration of the Moon and historical contemplations on Moon travel accompanying her own lunar projects, which mentally test the limits of contemporary science and development. Zdena Zedníčková works with an idea that, from the prospective of human well-being in the future, the current economical and purposeful approach to space architecture is not appropriate for a long-term or permanent stay of humankind in space, considering the minimal emphasis on spatial quality.
MgA. Zdeňka Němcová Zedníčková, PhD. is an architect balancing on the edge of concept and theory of architecture and urbanism. She graduated from Academy of Arts, Architecture & Design in Prague. She completed the postgraduate doctoral study on Cultural and Social Context in Modern Architecture – Architect in Media Network at the Czech Technical University in Prague, the Faculty of Architecture. She currently works at the Faculty of Art and Architecture of TUL in Liberec, where she leads one of the architectural workshops. The author has long been involved in utopian urban concepts and architecture in space.