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Katka Krajči (born in 1997 in Košice, Slovakia) is an artist and educator living and working in London, UK. She graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London, 2019) minoring in Philosophy and Fine Art (Slade School of Fine Art) with a First Class Honours. With a passion for art education, Krajči successfully completed the Teach First Leadership Development Programme and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Institute of Education, 2021). Currently she works as an Artist Educator at Bow Arts and the V&A whilst continuing to work as a freelance illustrator and animation director.

Krajči works at the intersection of fine art, documentary film, history of architecture, philosophy and art theory to challenge the nature of beauty and spirituality in popular belief. She often uses poetry, sound and musical elements to contextualise her research enquiry across the media of moving image, collage and photography.

In her work Krajči addresses the issues of alienation and the creation of alternative communities in a modern city. She captures interactions between strangers and puts them in conversation with the historical realities of the places that frame their encounters. Shaped by her background in architectural theory, Krajči continues to focus on public and private spaces often associated with contested history. Her body of work includes an animated music video Neighborhood Dream screened at animation festivals, an autobiographical piece illustrating the challenges and liberties of growing up in a small post-soviet city. 

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