An evening dedicated to reviving traditions in the urban setting and to searching for new religiosity.
Landscape designer Lucie Králíková and her artistic-ecological platform Efemér have long been engaged in landscape, plants, people and memory.
Born in Žatec, Lucie Králíková (1981) has been living in Moravia since she was seven. She studied Garden and Landscape Architecture at the Mendel University in Brno; she also worked there as a lecturer in the Visual Creation course. Having worked in a café for several years, she has launched the Efemér art project in Brno five years ago. She runs a seminar titled Genius loci at the Faculty of Economics and Administration of the Masaryk University, Brno. Considering plants as an artistic means, she goes beyond the limits of their perception. She is interested in the history of the landscape and in the people who influence it.
Within the School of Thinking and the re:bauhaus festival on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus School. A festival initiated by the Goethe-Institut Prague. The School of Thinking was supported by Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.