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.
Note: The biography describes the position of the narrator at the time of their participation in the Glossary of Common Knowledge. Given the long duration of the project, the narrator may have changed their respective position.