Roles in Archive: Speaker
Ivana Bago is an art historian, writer, and curator based in Zagreb. She is Cofounder (with Antonia Majača) of DeLVe | Institute for Duration, Location and Variables, dedicated to research, curating, and publishing in the field of contemporary art and theory. In collaboration with A. Majača, the Kontejner collective, and individually, she has authored a series of curatorial, research, and publishing projects (“Removed from the Crowd,” 2009; “Moving Forwards, Counting Backwards,” MUAC, Mexico City; Spaport Biennial / “Where Everything is Yet to Happen,” Banja Luka, Zagreb, 2009–11; “Stalking With Stories,” Apexart, New York, 2007). Her work engages with the politics of artistic and exhibition practices in Yugoslavia, feminist art and theory, as well as current artistic, cultural, and intellectual production invested in the history of Yugoslavia and the aftermaths of its violent break-up. Currently, she is a PhD student at the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies at Duke University.