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Blogger    Zuzana Duchová

B Zuzana Duchová

curator and cultural manager. Runs a pop-up gallery and cultural refreshments at the Bratislava Central Station, Salónik, and works at the Cultural Contact Point Slovakia, Bratislava. Her areas of interest are site-specific art, national stereotypes, urban life, tourism and visual studies.<br />
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Duchová graduated in art history from the Comenius University, Bratislava (2004), and holds a PhD in urban planning from the Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava.


A map is always a design with a message
AI is only as intelligent as we are
Climate change is the biggest challenge of the present
Covid Colab seeks to apply the design thinking of design students
Creative processes can drive design
Culture and design should be sustainable
Design is participation
Design your education
Ecology problems should provide certain discomfort
Experimental festival Next supports critical design
Fresh Slovak brand shows sensitive way how to work with national heritage
Gathering and analyzing initiatives dealing with democracy
How to motivate the audience to think about potential solutions
Check your place more closely
Let’s think about our Christmas waste
MAK shows paths to the circular society in a research-artistic way
Making recent past not forgettable
Making the recent past unforgettable
Many designers responded quickly to the needs of the public health situation
Overproduction of artificial light is a serious environmental problem
Pioneering design community in Bratislava
Promoting national institutions in contemporary times is difficult
Stories of past and present: Petržalka visualised
The [fjúžn] campaign considers minorities through design
The Constitution is made accessible to the public
The creative potential of people with disabilities is untapped
The Chamber of Architects tells stories for future creators and admirers
The perception of art became an escape from reality
Virtual spaces are real challenges
Visual communication of cities should be effective and clear in times of crisis
Visual counterpart to mythological paradise reveals the other side: reality
We have Paleolithic emotions, medieval institutions and godlike technology
We wanted to analyse the factors that influence students during their studies
Wiki for the arts, media and humanities


20 years of new and experimental
A platform for participatory design
Architecture in stories
Artistic research with activist message
Community and Design
Contemporary national motives
Darkness is an environmental issue
Design concepts
Designing policies
DIY publishing
Festival of Digital Arts and Culture
Gameworld in question
How to create degrowth
How to Promote a National Institution
Humans Technology Nature
Land use needs change
Legistation can be beautiful
Map is always a design with a message
Mapping recent past of cultural places
Mapping recent past of cultural places
Paradise is fascinating, as is reality
Participative art
Platform for informal education
Selection of activist art face masks
Showing diversity
Social Inclusion
Spreading information about Coronavirus
Sustainable design
Sustainable design
Tree as a symbol of consumerism
Visual exploring of a city
Visual report about Petržalka
When you feed AI with politics
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