About me

Zuzana Husárová is the author of experimental literature across various media, has created sound poetry, interactive digital poetry, poetic performances, and transmedia poetry.

She holds a PhD. in literary studies, doing a research in electronic literature and digital media, teaching at the Digital Arts of Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, editing a gender magazine Glosolália. She is also an ex-Fulbright scholar at MIT, USA, and lectured at Universität für angewandte Kunst in Vienna and Comenius University in Bratislava.

She has collaborated with Ľubomír Panák on electronic poetry (with the use of neural networks: Liza Gennart, Kinect: Enter: in’ Wodies, I: *ttter, Android application Obvia Gaude, digital narrative BA-Tale). She is a sound poet (e.g. Energy: Sleep), has co-authored with Amalia Roxana Filip transmedia projects liminal and lucent (visual poetry books, sound poetry, and live performances), with Olga Pek an origami book Amoeba, has collaborated on interdisciplinary performances like Phenomena Research and Souvenir. She co-edited theoretical publications V sieti strednej Európy (w. B. Suwara) and ENTER+ Repurposing in Electronic Literature (w. M. Mencía). Her poetic book Hyper (2021, Hochroth Leipzig) is in Slovak and German, translated by Martina Lisa.

Her interactive works were exhibited at various events and venues, among them AXIOM – Center for New and Experimental Media in Boston, Waterman´s Centre in London, EPC@20 – Electronic Poetry Center, Sorbonne University in Paris etc. She performed her sound poetry or interactive projects at Literaturhaus Wien, Secession Gallery, Schule fuer Dichtung, Huellkurven event, Hutraum (Vienna), Literaturwerkstatt (Berlin), Festina Lente Festival, And Now festival (Paris), Camaradefest, E-Poetry (London), North Wales International Poetry Festival (Bangor), Ha!wangarda (Krakow), 3durch3 (Frankfurt, Kassel), Babelsprech (Weimar, Jena), Prague Microfestival, Cafe Neu Romance (Prague), Last Chance Saloon (Linz), Ars Poetica (Bratislava) and at other cultural events and venues in Europe.