Simona Dvorák is an interdependent curator and art historian based in Paris, France. She develops projects in territories such as Île-de-France or Central and Eastern Europe. In her practice, she employs performative, sound and video formats, specific to the territorial and temporary context with the valorization of long-term collective work. She investigates how we can create spaces of “communality” in the cultural sphere, most notably as a curator for the Initiative for Practices and Visions of Radical Care (founded by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez and Elena Sorokina). She works on creating frameworks for “exhibition processes” that allow us to share and generate knowledges to anticipate possible – antisexist, anti-racist, inclusive – futures. These strategies are based on learning and unlearning as a decolonial methodology, collectively developed in Nora Sternefeld’s doctoral research para-seminar at HFBK (University of Fine Arts Hamburg), in which she participates. More recently, she was also a fellow of documenta fifteen’s Art and Education program in Kassel, Germany. She currently collaborates with Biljana Ćirić and Balkan…Projects on the conception of the public program Walking with Water, imagined in relation to the Serbian Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale. At the same time, she is in charge of programming at the Department of Cultural and Creation (Le département culture et création) in Centre Pompidou in Paris.