Victoria Ivanova is currently Assistant Curator for Public Programmes at Tate. She has previously worked in the human rights field and co-founded a platform for contemporary culture in Donetsk, Ukraine, where she was responsible for strategy as well as setting up and curating the institution’s artist-in-residence programme. Ivanova’s publications on art include Turborealism: Neither Bow nor Arrow (co-edited with Agnieszka Pindera) and ‘Art’s Values: A Détente, a Grand Plié’ in Parse 2: The Value of Contemporary Art.