An Interview with the Czech Curator Edith JeřábkováHighlights
One of the awardees of last year's Igor Zabel Award is Czech curator Edith Jeřábková. Hungarian Artportal.hu asked her about her works and projects, a field research on a Greek island, the Institute of Anxiety and her paradoxical relationship with art institutions.
In the statement of the jury of last year’s Igor Zabel Award, the Czech curator Edith Jeřábková was described as “an innovative cultural producer, prolific curator and writer as well as a passionate teacher and researcher”. In her short but inspiring acceptance speech, Jeřábková referred to herself as a “hybrid” and besides being grateful to her colleagues and friends, she also thanked Mother Earth and shared her vision that she’ll maybe purchase a piece of land form the Igor Zabel grant. East Art Mag interviewed her after the Award ceremony in Ljubljana in December.
Read full interview here.