Hristina Ivanoska works with objects, texts, drawing, video, performance and installation, often
interdisciplinary and as a critical investigation into the experience of present-day social and
political systems and their relationship to theory and history. She is currently a PhD-in-Practice
candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
Ivanoska has exhibited at Museum of Sculpture, Warsaw; Research Pavilion, 57 th Venice Biennale; Silesian Museum, Katowice; MUMOK, Vienna; Künstlerhaus, Graz; MNAC, Bucharest; State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessalonica; Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje; Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava; NGBK, Berlin; Open Space, Vienna; <rotor>, Graz; Konsthall C, Stockholm; Magazin4 – Bregenz; Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade; Foundation for Women’s Art, London, and other venues. Since 2000 she is collaborating with Yane Calovski and they represented Macedonia at the 56 th Venice Biennial (2015). In 2004 they co-founded the art and curatorial research platform ‘press to exit project space’ in Skopje.