Elena Chemerska (b.1991, Skopje) is a visual artist and researcher whose work explores the relations between aesthetics, materiality and politics. Within her practice, she uses and combines different media and strategies such as drawing, painting, film and interventions to accentuate and stratify narratives woven into cultural structures where the relationship between the particular and the universal intertwines. She holds a Master in Art and Design in Fine Arts from the Master Institute of Visual Cultures, AKV St. Joost Academy of Art and Design, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands. Her work has been presented in North Macedonia and internationally. Exhibitions include: “Monumental Fluxus”, Expoplu, Nijmegen; “Monument to Freedom - Conversations”, solo exhibition and book launch, Private Print Studio, Skopje; “RESTART”, Youth Cultural Center, Skopje; "What Do We Dance For?", one day exhibition/event at Gallery Nectar, Tbilisi, Georgia; Biennial of Young Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje; “Transition” video screening program, Eye Research Lab, Eye Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands etc. She is currently based between Skopje, North Macedonia and Berlin, Germany.