Andreja Hribernik studied political science and international relations at the University of Ljubljana. In 2016 she completed her doctorate at the Institute of Humanistic Studies, Historical Anthropology of Art in Ljubljana. Her main areas of interest are cultural anthropology, sociology and media studies. Between 2010 and 2013 she worked at the Moderna Galerija in Ljubljana, in the areas of project coordination and digitalisation. Since 2013 she has been director of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška (KGLU). In 2017, she curated the Slovenian contribution for the Biennale in Venice, The News belong to us!
At the GfZK, she realised the web project GfZK–3 – a digital platform, as an extension of GfZK–1 and GfZK–2. She also curated Arthur Zalewski’s solo exhibition at the GfZK.
This information was updated in 2020.