Fellow from Greece of the residency-mentorship program by Slavs and Tatars
Dora Vasilakou is fellow from Greece of the residency-mentorship program by Slavs and Tatars.
Dora Vasilakou (born in 1992 in Athens/GR) is an Athens-based curator and researcher with a background in philosophy and art history. Her research interests lie at the intersection between art, politics and archival practices, with a focus on history, memory, identity and language through an ecofeminist and decolonial perspective.
She has collaborated with cultural organisations and non-profit institutions in Greece and Germany and has been involved in curatorial and educational projects that experiment with exhibition formats and critical writing. Her latest interdisciplinary research revolves around the notion of animality in contemporary thought and social realities, looking into the hybridity, sensitive complexity and resistance of non-human systems beyond hegemonic anthropocentric narratives.