Viktor Fuček is a terrapeut, an urban shaman or performer who uses ritual to restore the sacred to the built environment. To this end, he creates performances, paintings, and installations that push the boundaries of what is usually perceived as architecture and demonstrate how experimental practices can help find new strategies for solving the problems of contemporary society. He studied fine arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, the Australian National University in Canberra, the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, and architecture at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. In 2022 he successfully completed his doctorate at the Academy of Fine Arts in Slovakia with his dissertation research "Architecture of Internal Relations" focusing on the interconnections between performance and architecture. He has participated in several solo and collective exhibitions, such as Perceiving (Com)position (Taiwan, 2022), Prague Biennale (CZ, 2021), and The Fortuneteller and Healer (New York, USA, 2019). He is currently an assistant professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts in Banská Bystrica and a researcher on the project of performative mapping of urban structures at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, where he also teaches various courses and workshops. He is also an active member of the Public Space Lab in Prague, which focuses on alternative approaches to public space.