— Jana Kleisner
is the founder of the company BDP Point, which has been operating in the Czech Republic since 1998. Aside from running a stable company, she has also devoted herself to several creative and social projects. She founded Studio Twotwo, which helped develop the brand of the Dancing House gallery and realise Tomáš Klvaňa’s book Možná přijde i diktátor: Proč už zase ztrácíme svobodu a nikomu to nevadí [Perhaps Even a Dictator Will Come: Why We Are Losing Our Freedom and No One Cares]. She has worked with the Casla Institute, which supports dissidents in dictatorial regimes in South America, and her company has long supported such projects in the Czech Republic as SOS Children’s Villages. In the summer of 2018 she decided to found her own Magis Artis Foundation, which we can read as “more art”. Under this foundation she has joined forces with curators, teachers and art historians to actively seek out and support original projects with an emphasis on social responsibility and artistic quality.
— Dušan Brozmann
is an art historian that teaches art history at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art in Plzeň. He was born in Slovakia, but spent the first half of his life in Switzerland, where he graduated from the University of Zurich with a degree in Art History. He worked for the Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich, followed by nine years as director of the Swiss cultural foundation Pro Helvetia in Bratislava. He is the author of many exhibitions primarily of Slovak conceptual art of the generation of the 70s – 80s.
— Jan Vincenec
is the curator of the Patricia Milano Gallery, chairman of the association Skutečnost and fundraiser and programming manager for the Czech-French association Bubahof. He is the author of the Reform Gallery project for the Evangelical Church of the Czech Brethren and was previously the production manager for Studio Breisky and editor of the internet newspaper Kauza3.