Dr Suzana Milevska is a theorist and curator of visual art and culture from Macedonia. Currently she is Principal Investigator at Politecnico di Milano (Horizon 2020 project TRACES). Her theoretical and curatorial interests include postcolonial critique of hegemonic power regimes of representation, feminist, participatory and collaborative art practices. She was the first Endowed Professor for Central and South European Art Histories at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. She holds a PhD in visual culture from Goldsmiths College-London. She taught at the Gender Studies Institute and history and theory of art at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje. She also lectured at many universities and museums (Columbia University-New York, Oxford University-Oxford, Alvar Aalto University-Helsinki, IUAV –Venice, The School of Art Institute - Chicago, TATE Modern, KIASMA-Helsinki, MUMOK Vienna, Moderna Museet-Stockholm, etc.). In 2016 Milevska edited the book On Productive Shame, Reconciliation and Agency (Berlin: SternbergPress). She was a researcher for the project Call the Witness – Roma Pavilion at the 54 International Art Exhibition –Venice Biennale-Collateral Event and curated the exhibitions Call the Witness, BAK, Utrecht, and Roma Protocol, Austrian Parliament (2011). In 2012 she won the Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory.