Neva Lukić is active as a writer, curator, and art reviewer. She received her Master’s degrees in Art History and Archaeology from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, and in the Theory of Modern and Contemporary Art from Leiden University in the Netherlands. She has curated a number of solo exhibitions and has authored or co-authored thematically conceived group exhibitions. She has participated in curatorial programs and has collaborated with various institutions, non-profit organizations and collections, and at the moment more intensively with Hestia Art Residency & Exhibitions Bureau in Belgrade, Serbia. Her literary work has been presented in (printed and electronic) magazines, in collections, and on the radio, and she published several poetry and short story collections, one picture book, and a radio play. She has participated in literary readings and short story, poetry, and film festivals. Following an interdisciplinary approach in the fields of visual arts, literature, and exhibition organization, she tends to bring together the curatorial practice with the writing one. She is primarily focused on the subjects of “narrative,” “identity,” and, most of all, “language” – its politicization, personification, mythologization, and (fictional) etymology.