Ivana Dizdar is a Serbian-Canadian artist, writer, and curator currently living in Paris. Through performance and filmmaking, lectures and scholarship, and curatorial work, she explores the intersections of art, politics, law, activism, and humor. Her work has appeared in exhibitions, festivals, publications, and symposia in Brazil, Canada, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Serbia, and the United States. Recent 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 2017 Images Festival Award for Best New Media Work. From 2015 to 2017, Dizdar co-directed Toronto's 8eleven Gallery, where she organized exhibitions for artists like Patrick Cruz and Tau Lewis. Recent and upcoming appearances include lectures on work by artists Kent Monkman, Tanja Ostojić, and Mary Sibande at Princeton University and The Consortium for Asian and African Studies in Paris.