Evanthia (Evi) Tselika, PhD,  is an arts and culture writer, curator and educator. She is Assistant Professor specializing in art history and theory at the University of Nicosia, where she is also currently acting as the Fine Art programme coordinator. Her practice and research are on social practices and histories of art, with a particular focus on the commons and politics, as well as visual cultural histories of the twentieth century. She has collaborated with various art centres and museums locally and internationally. Some of these include the Municipal Arts Centre in Nicosia, the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus, October Gallery in London, the Anthropology and Archaeology Museum as well as the Modern Art Museum in El Salvador, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Niteroi, Brazil. Currently, she is coordinating and curating the Interreg Balkan Med funded programme Phygital (Greece- Albania- Cyprus, 2017-2020). Her articles are published in journals such as Visual Studies and Public Art Dialogue. In 2021 a collective volume publication she is co-editing on contemporary art and Cyprus is due to be published by Bloomsbury. Web http://evanthiatselika.com E-mails: e_tselika@hotmail.com; tselika.e@unic.ac.cy