Kateřina Vincourová (*1968) studied at the Surikov Art Institute in Moscow for two years and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. She went on scholarships at DAAD in Berlin and the Headlands Center for the Arts in California. She works in the media of installation and object art. She creates complex artworks which transform the gallery space and often allow the viewers to move inside them. The artist provides a critical commentary on the world of consumer culture and our complete captivation by the world of things. Her objects often subvert the positions of inside and outside, raising the question of the extent to which objects manipulate their users. She also introduced powerful women’s topics to 1990s Czech contemporary art. She is a holder of the Dorner Prize and held solo exhibitions at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center and at the Center for Contemporary Art in Warsaw among others.