Silke Wittig is a freelance curator, writer and art mediator based in Athens and Berlin. She studied Photography and Digital Media with Stan Douglas and Hito Steyerl at the University of the Arts in Berlin and at École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts at Paris. From 2010 to 2012 she worked as Robert Bosch cultural manager at the NGO LOJA in Tetovo / North Macedonia. Since 2008 she has been working at the art institution Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) in Berlin, both at the video art collection Video-Forum (2008–2010), as Head of Communication and Public Program (2012–2016) and currently as curator and editor. She recently worked as art mediator for Goethe Institute, Big Olive and documenta14 in Athens, and as project coordinator for the NGO COMM’ON in Athens. Recent exhibitions and screenings include: Harun Farocki – Über die Entgrenzung der Arbeit (Goethe Institute Bucharest, 2019); Images. Gestures. Memories. (Deutsches Kulturzentrum Timisoara, 2018); Matters of State (Center for Contemporary Arts, Prague, 2018); Privately – Quiet ODD (ODD, Bucharest, 2017); What it could look like (KRIK Festival / Čifte Hammam, Skopje, 2016); Thu Van Tran – Échange de présents (n.b.k., 2016); Where Are We Now (n.b.k., 2016); Yet Another Haunted Image (Brno House of Arts, 2013); The City Will Recall (Ministry for Culture, Archangelsk, 2013); Initiated by… (Institute for the Future, Minsk, 2012); Split Screens & Snow Flakes (Note On, Berlin, 2012). Her texts have recently appeared a. o. in: Videoarchiv (2017); Nordstern Videokunstzentrum (2016); Where Are We Now (2016); Ciprian Mureşan. Of Puppets and Humans (2015); History is a Warm Gun (2015); The Unanswered Question – Iskele 2 (2014); Give Us The Future (2014).