Lenka Glisníková is a Czech artist who works primarily with photography. Glisníková expands this medium to create installations and performative events, where she questions the results of contemporary changes to human lifestyles that occur due to non-regulated technological progress. Glisníková perceives these developments as active phenomena that shape our ‘reality’. In her research, she explores effects these new technologies have on ourselves, human bodies, minds and feelings. In her interpretations, technology is perceived as curating the way we work, rest, think, and organize our time. Recent exhibitions took place at the Rudolfinum Gallery, at the INI Project and at the Fotograf Gallery, all Prague.