Nataša Bodrožić is a curator and cultural worker from Zagreb and Trogir, Croatia. She is the initiator and co-founder of the Motel Trogir project, as well as of Loose Associations, a contemporary art platform. A strong believer in collaborative creation, she (co)curated numerous exhibitions in Croatia and abroad, and co-edited several books in the field of contemporary art, cultural policy and heritage activism, such as “Politics of Feelings / Economies of Love” (2014), “Motel Trogir: It Is Not Future that Always Comes After” (2016), “Modelling Public Space(s) in Culture: Rethinking Institutional Practices in Culture and Historical (Dis)Continuities” (2018), “Consumer Culture Landscapes in Socialist Yugoslavia” (2018).