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Kirila Cvetkovska

Kirila Cvetkovska is an independent cultural practitioner from North Macedonia. With a background in art history and psychology, she alternates between different roles in the arts in an ongoing search for new forms and approaches to aesthetic and political expression. Her socially engaged practice explores collective memory and the politics of historymaking, as well as the affective and material registers of both loss and belonging. Whether it take the form of photographic or video installation, AR/VR environments, sound experiment, film screening or bookmaking, the projects she creates are often collaboratively conceived and produced, and always connected to the daily practices, cross-cultural values and intersectional concerns of those around her, wherever that may be. Cvetkovska is part of the artistic/curatorial team for EternalTiber, an initiative for the revival of the Tiber River through site-specific art. She is also an artistic collaborator at the Center for Audiovisual Arts in her little hometown, Kriva Palanka, focused on community engagement through culture. She works together with media historian Megan Hoetger as the Zone Collective, developing interdisciplinary methodological and narrative approaches to research. Zone Collective takes part in BAK’s Fellowship for Situated Practice 2021/2022. Cvetkovska has also taken part in numerous residencies in the Balkan region, Europe and USA, including TATE Intensive, UNIDEE, What Could/Should Curating Do. She holds a BA in Art History with a minor in Psychology from John Cabot University and she is a United World Colleges alumna.