Nora Kovacs is a Hungarian-American writer and curator, with interests in social movement theory and questions of time, growth and decay in contemporary art. Kovacs received a BA in Global Liberal Studies from New York University in 2016 and is now in her first year of an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art, London. Her writing has been published by Berlin Art Link, A.I.R. Gallery, OLu Arts and Pelican Bomb, and her undergraduate thesis, titled Art after the End of Art, was granted the GLS Thesis Award for Best Thesis in Histories, Philosophies, and Worldviews by NYU in 2016. Kovacs has worked as a curatorial assistant at PARSE and at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans.
诺拉·科瓦奇，匈牙利裔美国作家和策展人，她对社会运动理论和当代艺术中的时间、成长与衰亡议题颇感兴趣。诺拉于2016 年获得纽约大学全球通识教育学士学位，并于2018 年9 月开始在英国皇家艺术学院攻读当代艺术策展学硕士学位。她的作品曾发表于Berlin Art Link, A.I.R. Gallery, OlyArts 和Pelican Bomb 等多家媒体，她的本科毕业论文《艺术终结后的艺术》于2016 年获得纽约大学历史、哲学与世界观最佳论文“GLS 论文奖”。诺拉目前居住在路易斯安那州的新奥尔良，她在这里为Pelican Bomb 写作，并在PARSE 当代艺术中心担任策展助理。