Anastasija Pandilovska (Skopje, 1991) is a visual and research artist whose practice embraces curating as part of her working method. Employing different mediums and formats, she accentuates latent narratives whose significance influences how we give meanings and relate to our surroundings. During a research period at LAPS, Research Institute for Art and Public Space, she explored the potential of ‘publicness’ as a process and a practice that embraces conflict, in which both public space and cultural heritage manifest themselves as articulated constructs. In 2018 she joined curator Marjoca de Greef and Suns and Stars, where together, in a series of consecutive projects developed through open-ended research, they explore relational artistic and curatorial practices. In the context of the project Collective Domain of Cultural Memory in 2020, they created the online platform: In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo. A space that, in times when the world paused, offered the possibility of exchange and dialogue and which still gathers and invites new voices for collaboration. Anastasija graduated from the Inter-architecture department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Parallel to her studies, she followed the Honours Programme Art and Research, a collaborative program between the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and the University of Amsterdam. Her work has been presented in the Netherlands and internationally.