Lenka Dolanová studied art history at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague and she holds Ph.D. at Prague Film and TV School. She is author of "Dialogue with the demons of the tools: Steina and Woody Vasulkas" (NAMU and JSAF, 2011), editor of various catalogues, e.g. "Hay, Straw, Cress" (OGV, 2015) or "X: Čestmír Kafka" (OGV, 2016), or book of interviews with artists "Tam u šraňků bude přístaviště" (OGV, 2019). She specialises in the connections of art, new media, ecology and agriculture, especially in remote and countryside locations. A founding member of the KRA - Kravín Rural Arts NGO, which organises artistic residency center in Iron Mountains, Vysočina region. She also co-initiated the RurArtMap of countryside and remote activities. She worked as curator in Vysočina Regional Gallery in Jihlava (2013 - 2020), where she established sound gallery IGLOO. From April 2020 she works as curator at East Bohemian Gallery in Pardubice.