Jelena Petrović

is a feminist scholar, cultural theorist and art worker. (Co)author of texts, events and projects related to (post)Yugoslav subjects – particularly with regard to the (post)Yugoslav history, artistic practices and feminism. She completed her PhD at ISH Ljubljana Graduate School of Humanities (2009). Co-founder and member of the feminist curatorial collective Red Min(e)d that deals with the relationship between contemporary art and feminism in the post-Yugoslav space (since 2011). Since 2014, she has been teaching about feminist curating in the contemporary arts at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana. Appointed as the endowed professor for Central and South Eastern European Art Histories at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria (2015-2017).