Anita Ivkovik (b. Skopje, 1967) is an art historian, archaeologist and the Director of the Contemporary Art Center Skopje since 2009. She worked in an architectural office, where she was involved in the protection of Islamic heritage and the preservation of traditional Macedonian crafts. Ivkovik took part in the SEAFair99—Skopje Electronic Art Fair as the program coordinator. Between 2008-2020 she has been a member of several professional boards. From 2012 Ivkovik is a Member of Supervisory Board of JADRO—Association for Independent Cultural Scene, as well as the Member of Board of the NGO Kontrapunkt. She has been the President of the Board of the Museum of Macedonia from 2017–2021. Erëmirë Krasniqi Erëmirë Krasniqi (b. Prishtina, 1985) is a writer, curator and researcher based is Prishtina, Kosovo. She is currently the executive director of Oral History Kosovo, which is an openaccess digital resource that engages new forms of cultural production, supporting and advocating the essential work of media archives. Her writings have been published on several renowned online platforms such as Kosovo 2.0, Frieze and Artforum. Krasniqi have led and curated projects for the National Gallery of Kosovo, the National Gallery of Arts in Albania, 39th EVA International, Ireland, and Manifesta 14, Kosovo. Her research interests lie at the intersection of contemporary art, digital humanities, and cultural heritage.