Dr. Ivana Sidjimovska (b. 1982 in Skopje, Macedonia) is a Berlin-based visual artist, urban space researcher and author. Her artistic practice and research involves transdisciplinary work on the intersection between arts, architecture and urban sociology. She is often concerned with subjective narrations and experiences of the urban, that critically reflect upon ideas on identities, representations, collective memories and imaginations. Exploiting different media, Sidzimovska creates public space interventions and audio-visual installations for exhibition spaces. Sidzimovska holds a BA in Painting and Art Pedagogy (Faculty of Fine Arts Skopje, 2006), MA in Space Strategies (Art School Berlin-Weißensee, 2011) and PhD in Fine Arts (Bauhaus University Weimar, 2019). Her recent exhibitions include: “Recounting Skopje (MKC Gallery, Skopje, 2018); “Liminal States” (o.T. Projektraum, Berlin, 2018); “In-Between States” (Peacock Visual Arts Centre, Aberdeen & Museum of City Skopje, Skopje, 2019).