Lucie Kordacova is a Czech artist and curator based in South East London. Through a largely collaborative practice, her work takes the form of site-specific installations, sculptures, videos and performance.
Lucie is a member of resina, a curatorial and artistic collective based across Italy, Sweden and UK. Resina’s work takes the form of publications, workshops, reading groups and spatial explorations. In 2020, resina was engaged in an internal research and development project focusing on informal learning practices. In 2017-2018, resina’s main project was Ferrara Residency, a month-long international residency in Italy for emerging artists and thinkers as well as various exhibitions and events across Italy and the UK.
She is a co-founder of the curatorial open platform sixtysevencollective, which in 2016-2018 worked to connect cultural practitioners, artists, writers and curators based in south-east London, and together develop projects that explore alternative learning structures, strategies for collaboration and community engagement.
Lucie is a programmer at the volunteer-run flat-structured community arts venue Deptford Cinema, London. She was co-curator of Czech & Slovak Stories, 2015-2016 a film season hosted at Deptford Cinema, in collaboration with the Czech Centre and Slovak Embassy; and together with Cherche Encore organised a series of sound performance events, A room of one's own.
She has a BA in Fashion Design from the Technical University in Liberec and an MA in Fine Arts from J.E Purkyne University. She studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and at the Academy of Fine Art and Design in Bratislava. She is an alumna of the REcreative Film School 2017 run by South London Gallery.