Ivana Dizdar is an artist and scholar whose work explores the intersections of art, politics, law, activism, and humor. Her work has appeared in exhibitions, festivals, art fairs, publications, and symposia in Brazil, Canada, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Serbia, Sweden, and the United States. Recent and upcoming appearances include talks at New York University, Princeton University, the University of Toronto, the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (Toronto), the International Consortium for Asian and Africa Studies (INALCO, Paris), and the Institut national d'histoire de l'art (Paris). Major projects include a solo exhibition at the European Center for Culture and Debate (Belgrade) and a collaborative exhibition with Alvin Luong at Y+ Contemporary (Toronto), for which they won the Images Festival Award for Best New Media Work. Dizdar has curated exhibitions and programs at various venues including Toronto’s 8eleven Gallery, which she co-directed from 2015 to 2017. She is the recipient of a 2019 PepsiCo Research Fellowship from the Harriman Institute at Columbia University.