Klára Syrůčková (b. 1986, Prague) is a costume and set designer, a theatre and visual artist. From 2006 to 2009, she studied film-making at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University; in 2012 she completed her bachelor studies of alternative and puppet theatre design at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, where she concurrently participated in the pilot programme Making Theatre in Non-traditional Spaces (under the guidance of Tomáš Žižka). In 2016, she received a master‘s degree in set design at the Department of Alternative and Puppet Theatre of the Academy of Performing Arts (under the tutelage of Andrea Králová). In 2013 and 2014, she studied set and glass design at the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul. She has designed the costumes for Braňo Holiček’s production Massacre in Paris (2013, Disk theatre) and the sets for the international student project Kill Them All! (2014, Disk, directed by Tore Vagn Lid). Furthermore, Klára Syrůčková has created her own theatre/site-specific/installation/happening projects, focused on the current social and cultural topics. In 2012, she co-founded the cross-border land art festival Königsmühle, held in a now deserted Sudetenland village, within which she has recast rediscovered stories into theatre projects (in collaboration with Jan Kačena, Kateřina Dudová and Halka Třešňáková). In 2018, she and Jitka Pospíšilová presented the performance Stay trampo, retelling the forgotten fates of female hikers, and co-created the sets and costumes for an adaptation of Fernando Arrabal’s play The Burial of the Sardine (directed by Apolena Vanišová, MeetFactory, Prague), and made her debut in film, designing the costumes for Zdeněk Viktora’s feature Miss Hanoi.