Valerie Wolf Gang (1990, Ljubljana) is an intermedia artist, film director, video artist, transdisciplinary art researcher and educator. Her research focuses on the relationship between humans and technology, and is inspired by the connection between animate and inanimate nature, the multifaceted nature of the human character in relation to the body, space and identity. Her work has been presented in numerous group and solo exhibitions (e.g. Weltmuseum Wien, MSUM Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, Centre for Contemporary Art Montenegro, Institute of Contemporary Art Vienna, Museum of Contemporary Art Singapore, etc.). She has received numerous international scholarships and awards (e.g. the Ivana Kobilka Award, the Vesna Award, the Alumnus Optimus Award, a Fulbright Scholarship, a working scholarship from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia). She is a member of the international art collective Spielraum Ensamble, the research unit Famul VideoLab, the Slovenian Directors' Association, the Ljubljana Fine Artists' Association, and works under the auspices of the Institute for the Enforcement of the Rights of Authors, Performers and Producers of Audiovisual Works of Slovenia. She is the founder of UV Arthouse, which produces experimental films, video installations and explores the use of contemporary technologies and interactive multimedia elements at the interface of science and art through her own artistic practice. Since 2020, she has been working under the umbrella of the RUK Centre: a network of research centres at the intersection of art, science and technology, where she develops various original projects in the field of intermedia art.