Dunja Kukovec is a curator, publicist and preacher based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She has curated, co-curated and organized numerous cultural events and exhibitions, mostly in Slovenia, but also abroad. Selected projects: international exhibitions Get Together (2006) and Area Kolaborativa (2004) at Skuc Gallery Ljubljana, Coded Cultures (2004) at Freiraum Museumsquartier, Vienna, Share! Like a receipt! (2004) at Gallery P74 Ljubljana. She co-established and co-curated Haip, biannual festival of open source art at Cyberpipe (2003), Ljubljana, international exhibitions at 12th and 13th Computer Art Festival, Maribor (2005, 2006), and Pixxelpoint festival of digital arts in Nova Gorica (2004). She worked as interim curator at Manifesta 3 and assistance curator of Igor Zabel (1958-2005) at the Venice Biennial (2003); in 2002-2003 she worked as an intern curator in the Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana, where she programmed Scanline/Onedotzero.lj – digital moving image festival and Foo Bar – sound art platform; in 2004 till 2005 she worked at Cankarjev dom Cultural and Congress Centre Ljubljana as a project manager of International Film Festival and Documentary Film Festival. Together with Katja Kobolt she was a co-director of City Of Women – International Festival of Contemporary Arts (2006, 2007). From 2008 till 2011 she ran the Association Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory. She also worked with Sarajevo Contemporary Art Center, and was 2 times in the jury for Zvono Award. Currently she is a member of CRVENA Association Sarajevo, a directress of MINA Institute Ljubljana and cofounder of yugotranslate.si. As a society nagger, art distopist and non academic creative thinker she finally settled down as the member of the feminist curatorial group Red Min(e)d. Follow her on Dark Matter Bright Thoughts.