Judit Angel is curator and art historian born in Arad, Romania. She lives and works in Budapest and Bratislava. She holds a PhD in art history from the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest. In the nineties, as a curator of Arad Art Museum, she organized several exhibitions reflecting on the institution’s condition. In 1999 she curated the Report exhibition in the Romanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial. Between 1998-2013 she worked as a curator at Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle Budapest. Since autumn 2013 she has been director and curator of tranzit.sk in Bratislava. She is interested in the social function of art, interdisciplinary research, critical discourses and collective practices. Lately her curatorial work has focused on the program of tranzit.sk, including among others the Nadikhuno muzeumos/Invisible Museum project (together with Oto Hudec, since 2017), community projects in the institution’s neighbourhood, and exhibitions such as Start & Finish. Reflecting on Project-based Culture (2018), Collection Collective – Template for a Future Model of Representation (co-curated with Raluca Voinea and Vlad Morariu, 2017), Small / Big World (2016), The Need for Practice (2014).