Laczkó is a tutor at the MIVC Situated Design track, and teaches the module ‘Critical Making’ in the spring semester. She is an intermedia artist and teacher in visual arts and digital culture. She holds a practice-based doctoral degree from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts.
As a postdoctoral fellow at Lancaster University, she extended her dissertation entitled ‘The Art of Hacking: Strategic Interactions between Hacker Culture and Contemporary Visual Arts’, into a monograph in 2019. The concluding book was published in 2021 and is available as an open publication.
Her latest artwork, Webmachine, produced for Digital Power at Siggraph 2020, explores women’s contribution to computing cultures as a media-archeological quest.
Parallel to her position at MIVC, she also teaches at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht.