bio | Ida Hiršenfelder works at the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, +MSUM on projects related to digital archives. She is a coordinator and editor of Network Museum, repository for contemporary audio-visual art. She is also the museum’s on-line editor. From 2007 to 2013 she was a digital archivist at Center for Contemporary Arts SCCA–Ljubljana, where she was co-developing DIVA Station, Digital Video Archive. Media archeology, archives and their disappearance – the digital life and the digital afterlife – are one of her key interests. She is also an advocate and user of free and open source software, and creator of experimental sound-art under an alias beepblip. From 2010 to 2014 she was a curator and advisor at Ljudmila, Ljubljana Art and Science Laboratory. Together with media artist Saša Spačal, she is a co-founders of ČIPke, Initiative for Women with a Sense for Technology, Science and Art at RAMPA Lab – Kersnikova Institute. Prior, she was a journalist at Dnevnik Daily and Radio Student.