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Suzana Milevska

is a visual culture theorist and curator and is the director of the Visual and Cultural Research Centre / “Euro Balkan” Institute in Skopje. She received her PhD at the Visual Culture Department at Goldsmiths College in London. In 2004 she was a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar at Library of Congress and she also  received P. Getty Curatorial Research Fellowship (2001) and ArtsLink Grant (1999). Since 1992 she curated over 70 art projects in Skopje, Istanbul, Stockholm, Berlin, Bonn, Stuttgart, Leipzig, etc. She was one of the curators of the Cosmopolis Balkan Biennial in Thessalonica (2004) and of the International Biennale of Contemporary Art 2005 – National Gallery in Prague. Her publications include “From a Bat's Point of View” in Eduardo Kac, edited by Peter Tomaz Dobrila and Aleksandra Kostić (Maribor, 2000), 47-58; Capital and Gender, edited by Suzana Milevska (Skopje, 2001); “The Readymade and the Question of Fabrication of Objects and Subjects” in Primary Documents - A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s (New York, 2002), 182-191;  “The portrait of an artist as a young ‘strategic essentialist’” in Tanja Ostojić - Strategies of Success / Curators Series 2001-2003, (Belgrade, 2004), 33-43; “Curatorial Labyrinths in Macedonia”, Men in Black – Handbook of Curatorial Practice, Ed. Christoph Tannert/Ute Tischchler, Kűnstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin, 2004). “Hesitations, or About Political and Cultural Territories” in Cultural Territories, edited by Barbara Steiner, Julia Schäfer and Ilina Koralova (Köln, 2005), 31-43; “Is Balkan Art History Global” in Is Art History Global, edited by James Elkins, (New York, 2006), “Resistance that Cannot Be Recognised as Such – interview with Gayatri C. Spivak” in New Feminism: worlds of feminism, queer and networking conditions, Löcker Verlag (Vienna, in print).